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ON THE COVER 

The Col. James Hartshorne House, Wakefield's unique historic 
landmark on the shore of Lake Quannapowitt glistens in the sun- 
shine following a new blanket of snow. Documented study in- 
dicates the house to have been built in 1681 with subsequent 
easterly additions during the 1700's. It came into the possession 
of Col Hartshorne, a direct descendant of Thomas Hartshorne, 
one of South Redding's earliest settlers, in 1803. He occupied the 
house until his death in 1870. Several tenants followed until its 
care and preservation were given over to the Park Department of 
the Town of Wakefield. The Col. Hartshorne House Association 
was formed in 1930 and has seen to the house's upkeep ever since. 
Its gardens are an annual showplace and each June upwards of 
1,000 citizens enjoy a benefit breakfast on the tennis courts 
behind the property. 



Photo by Joseph G. Hakey, courtesy Wakefield Daily Item 



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168th 



annual 
report 




OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF 



Wakefield 

Massachusetts 



including the vital Statistics for the 
year ending December thirty-first 

1979 



Wakefield Item Press, Wakefield, Mass. 



Town of Wakefield 




Population, 1975 State Census — 26,438 

1970 Federal Census - 25,268 

Congressman, 7th District — Edward J. Markey of Maiden 

Councillor, 6th District — Joseph A. Langone, III, of Boston 

Senator, 3rd Middlesex District — 

John A. Brennan, Jr., of Maiden 

State Representative, Twenty Second Middlesex — 

Alfred A. Minahan, Jr. 



Town Officers, 1979 - 1980 

*Selectmen 

Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., Chairman 1980 
John Wally Moccia, Jr., 1982 John F. Carney, 1981 

Thomas M. Hourihan, 1981 Alfred J. Yebba, 1980 

♦Town Clerk 

Thelma E. Rennard, 1981 

***Assistant Town Clerk 
Virginia L. Climo 

♦Moderator 

Roger H. Wingate, 1980 

♦Treasurer 
Paul Lazzaro, 1980 

♦Tax Collector 

Thomas Hennessy, 1982 

♦♦Town Accountant 

John J. McCarthy 



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*Assessors 

Term Expires 
Roger A. Curran, Chairman 1982 

John E. Anderson 1981 

Peter Emerson (Appointed) 
Alfred R. Razzaboni 1980 



*Municipal Light Commissioners 



Joseph R. Sardella 


1980 


Francesco Rapuano 


1981 


Kenneth J. Chase, Jr. 


1982 


*Board of Public Works 




Joseph Anthony Curley 


1980 


Dennis P. Hogan, Jr. 


1982 


James M. Scott 


1982 


Alfred S. Conf alone 


1981 


William J. Benedetto 


1981 


*School Committee 




William F. Kenney (Resigned) 


1981 


Janice Poritzky 


1982 


Louis J. Racca 


1980 


Louis R. Sardella 


1980 


H. Steven Welford, Jr. 


1980 


John B. Encarnacao 


1981 


Philip F. McCarty 


1981 


David P. Cicciarella 


1981 



*Northeast Metropolitan Regional 
Vocational School Representative 

Philip L. McAuliffe, Jr. 1982 

*Trustees Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 

Walter A. Howlett 1981 

Elsie Donovan 1981 

RuthE.Finlay 1982 

Karen L. Rotondi 1980 

John B. Shevlin, Jr. 1980 

Yolanda R. Ballou 1981 

Bruce W. Campbell 1982 

Roland J. Cassavant, Jr. 1982 

Ethel S. Koulouris (Resigned) 1982 

Anthony J. LaRocco (Appointed) 1980 

♦Board of Health 

George O. Richardson, Chairman 1980 

James A. Evangelista 1981 

A. Louis Giamarco 1982 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



*Town Planning Board (5 yrs.) 




Harry J. Petrucci 


1983 


Roland A. Cote 


1981 


James T. French 


1982 


Mark M. Curley 


1980 


Vincent J. Cardillo 


1984 


*Wakefield Housing Authority (3 yrs.) 




Mary S. Sweeney 


1984 


Philip H. DePasquale 


1980 


Thomas A. Mullen 


1981 


Ralph L. LeBlanc 


1982 



Rev. Robert A. Cruickshank (State Appointee) 

*Constables 

♦♦♦Harold R. Anderson 

Kenneth Lowry 1980 

James T. McKeon 1980 

Roger G.Maloney 1981 

* * *Registrars of Voters 

Bertram A. Hudson, Chairman 1980 

Ellen A. Lee 1981 

Josephine Petrucci 1982 

Thelma E. Rennard 1981 

***Finance Committee 

Charles D. Willis, Chairman 1981 

Philip C. Boody 1981 

Roscoe E. Irving 1981 

Edward G. Riess 1981 

George A. Snow 1981 

David N. Berry 1982 

M.Kent Fletcher 1982 

Francis C. McGrath Jr. 1982 

Henry F. Sampson 1982 

Robert L. Wixted 1980 

David Carpenter 1980 

Royal H. Evans Jr. 1980 

Anne M. Grazewski 1980 

William H. Patriquin ( Resigned ) 1980 

Henry A. Stahle 1980 

Elizabeth Wilson 1982 

* * *Board of Appeals 

Leonard I. Singer, Chairman 1980 

Daniel F. Sullivan 1981 

Richard D. Ellis 1982 



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* * *Building Board of Appeals 




Charles F. Storella 


1981 


John J. MacKay Sr. 


1982 


James H. Sen 


1982 


William J. Benedetto 


1980 


Dominic DiGiorgio 


1980 


***Recreation Commission 




George E. Koulouris 


1982 


William Boodry 


1981 


Fred A. Roberto 


1981 


H. Edward White 


1982 


J. Frank Anderson 


1980 



♦Elected ***Appointed **Tenure 



Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



When you VOTE 
you ELECT 



Board of Public Works 



Town Treasurer 



Tax Collector _ 



Planning Board— 



School Committee— 



Constables — 



Municipal Light 
Commission 



1 

Board of Selectmen 



-Moderator 



_Town Clerk 



..Board of Assessors 



—Board of Health 



—Board of Library 
Trustees 

—Housing Authority 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



The 
Board of Selectmen 

Appoints and supervises the work of: 



Executive Secretary - 
Town Counsel _ 

Fire Chief. 
Building Inspector. 

Sealer of Weights_ 
Plumbing lnsp._ 

Recreation Comm— 
Election Officers __ 



Board of Registrars — 



-Town Accountant 
_ Police Chief 
Veterans Agent 

_Wire Inspector 

_Gas Piping & 
Appliance Insp. 



Board of Appeals 
_ Retirement Board 
_Dir. of Civil Defense 



Various Special 
Committees Not Appoint- 
ed by the Moderator 



The 
Moderator appoints 



I 

Finance Committee 
Personnel Board ' Special Committees 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



VOTING IN WAKEFIELD, ELECTIONS 
AND POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Prepared by the League of Women Voters 



To Be A Voter, A Person Must Be 

an American citizen (native-born or naturalized) 

18 years or more in age 

a resident of Massachusetts 

a resident of Wakefield 



To Register As A Voter, A Citizen Must 

appear in person before an authorized Registrar of Voters 

When and Where to Register: 

9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday in the Town Clerk's office. 
7:00 to 8:00 P.M. Tuesday evenings in the Town Clerk's office. 
Or at especially designated places in precincts, within two weeks of the 
closing of registration, scheduled by Board of Registrars and announced in 
the Wakefield Item. 

However no registration takes place between the 32nd day preceding and the 
day following the State and Presidential Primaries and the State Elections 
nor between the 20th day preceding and the day following the annual Town 
Election. 

Registration is permanent unless a voter moves to a new city or town or 
changes name by marriage. However, failure to respond to the Annual Census 
may result in being dropped from the list of Registered Voters, per Chapter 51 — 
Section 4. A voter, moving from one precinct to another within the town, should 
immediately notify the Registrars of the change to assure being able to vote in 
the new precinct, otherwise he must vote in his former address. 

Registrations are administered by the Board of Registrars. The Board is 
composed of three citizens, appointed for three year terms by the Board of 
Selectmen, and the Town Clerk, who by virtue of his office, serves as clerk of the 
board. 

Polling Places 

1 . Precinct 1 — Americal Civic Center 

2. Precinct 2 — Greenwood School 

3. Precinct 3 — St. Joseph's Hall 

4. Precinct 4 — Hurd School 

5. Precinct 5 — Franklin School 

Local elections are held annually on the first Monday in March to elect 
certain officials and members of boards for their respective terms. 

Local elections are non-partisan. Write-ins are permitted, and absentee 
voting is allowed in local elections. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



To Become a Candidate for Local Office A Citizen Must . . . 

be a registered voter 

secure nomination papers from the Town Clerk (one set of papers for each 
office to appear on the ballot) 

obtain signatures of 50 registered voters 
* submit nomination papers with the Board of Registrars for certification 35 
days before the Town Election. File with the Town Clerk by 5 p.m. on the 28th 
day before the Town Election. 

(This places the candidate's name on the ballot officially, providing the 

papers are properly certified). 

The Town Clerk administers election. The Board of Selectmen annually in 
August appoints election officers to supervise voting at the polls. These include 
five wardens and five clerks. 

To Join a Political Party . . . 

A voter must declare his party choice as he enters the polls to vote in the 
primary elections. 

To Change or Cancel Party Enrollment . . . 

A" voter may either appear in person or use the postal system to change his 
Party Designation. This may be done any time except when registration is 
closed, immediately preceding elections. 

A party member is eligible to be a delegate to his party conventions. 
Membership on the town Democratic and Republican Committees is determined 
by ballot every four years at the Presidential Primary. A non-party member is 
called an "un-enrolled" voter. 

The Annual Report of the Town Officers is published each year and is 
available at the time of Town Meeting and also at the public library. The report 
includes all financial data pertaining to the costs of town operating expenses. 

Procedure of Town Meeting . . . 

The Moderator, an elected town official, presides at town meetings. He 
begins to read the call for the meeting. Usually a motion is made to waive further 
reading of the warrant (with the exception of the constable's return which the 
law demands be read) and the motion is carried. Articles in the warrant are taken 
up in order as they are printed in the warrant unless it is requested by a two- 
thirds vote that they be taken up otherwise. 

The recommendations of the Finance Committee are given before voters 
discuss or act upon an article. For the annual town meeting, these 
recommendations are available a week to ten days before the meeting in booklet 
form, called "Annual Appropriations", and may be obtained at the Selectmen's 
Room at Town Hall. 

Following the Finance Committee's recommendations or the 
recommendations of such special department as may be permitted to make 
recommendations, the sponsor of the article is usually allowed to present his 
case. The voters may then debate the question according to rules of 
parliamentary procedure prescribed by the town's bylaws such as: 

— Stand, address the Moderator, give name and address clearly, confine 
remarks to the question under debate and avoid personalities. 



10 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



-Speak for not more than 10 minutes at any one time, unless granted 
permission by the meeting. No voter may speak more than once on any 
question if other voters desire to be heard, and no voter may speak more than 
twice on the same question without permission of the meeting. 
— Speak not more than two minutes on any one of the following motions: 
Motion to adjourn 
Motion to lay on the table 
Motion to take from the table 
Motion to put the previous question 

(These motions only are in order when a question is under debate. 
Total time allowed for debate on each motion is six minutes). 

A two-thirds vote of the assembly is necessary on a motion which requires a 
bond issue. A vote may be reconsidered at the same session or at adjourned 
session upon two-thirds vote of the assembly. The Moderator may request a 
voter to put his motion in writing. Should seven voters doubt the accuracy of the 
Moderator's count of hands on a motion, tellers are appointed to make the count. 
The Moderator clarifies motions when they are especially complex. 

Conduct at the town meeting is further governed by the rules of practice, as 
they are pertinent to town meetings, in Cushings' Manual of Parliamentary 
Procedure. 

The Town Meeting Warrant and the Annual Report* 

The warrant is composed by the Selectmen, with articles being entered by 
request or petition. Individual voters may have an article inserted by petition. 
The Selectmen receive all petitions for the warrant, except those having to do 
with sidewalks, drainage, sewers and streets which must be submitted to the 
Board of Public Works. Signatures of ten or more registered voters are required 
on articles for annual town meetings; 100 signatures are required for articles filed 
by citizens in warrants for special town meetings. Signatures on petitions must 
be exactly as the voters' signatures appear on the voting list. Voters may 
request the advice of the Town Counsel in drawing up an article. Customarily, 
public announcement is made of the opening and the closing dates of the 
warrant. Citizens, however, may take their petitions to the Selectmen at any 
Board meeting during the year and the Selectmen will hold such articles for 
insertion in the warrant for the next town meeting. Department heads enter their 
articles by the process of request. 



♦Town Meeting Warrant — A collection of articles presented by departments, 
committees and voters for consideration by voters at an annual or a special town 
meeting. 




General Government 



Reports of 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

APPEALS BOARD 

PERSONNEL ADVISORY 

CATV ADVISORY 

PLANNING BOARD 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



12 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the Board of Selectmen 

ALFRED J. YEBBA, Chairman 
JOHN W. MOCCIA, JR., Secretary 
JOHN F. CARNEY 
EUGENE J. SULLIVAN, JR. 
THOMAS M. HOURIHAN 

At the Board's organizational meeting, following the Annual Town Meeting 
in March, Alfred J. Yebba was elected Chairman and John W. Moccia, Jr. was 
elected Secretary. Other Board members are John F. Carney, Eugene J. Sullivan, 
Jr. and Thomas M. Hourihan. Margaret M. Brady was re-appointed Clerk of the 
Board. 

The powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of Selectmen continue to 
be broadly diversified in hundreds of sections of law applying directly to 
selectmen together with the hundreds of other sections of law relative to all 
Town Departments. 

The Town continues to operate under the Board of Selectmen-Executive 
Secretary plan of municipal administration. This plan maintains the selectmen in 
their traditional role as the elected directors of the municipality as it gives 
cognizance to the need for an administrator to carry out administration 
assignments within a policy framework established by the Board of Selectmen. 

The broadly diversified powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of 
Selectmen affect the administratioon of all town departments and a central 
coordination is essential to an effective and efficient municipal administration. 

The Board of Selectmen and the Executive Secretary represent the Town's 
interest before governmental officials, committees and commissions at the 
various levels of government for the purpose of presenting information and 
evidence on matters which concern the Town of Wakefield. 

The necessity for effective liaison and representation between the Town, the 
Federal Government, the State Government and metropolitan agencies contin- 
ues to be increasingly complex and demanding. The Town's active participation 
is necessary to the Town's responsible representation in an area of activity that 
involves significant dollar cost as well as a progressively increasing socio- 
economic impact. 

The Fire and Casualty Insurance program which extends to all municipal 
departments and provides for various types of required protection amounted to a 
premium cost of $135,403. The Workers' Compensation Insurance Program 
extends coverages to all insurable departments of the Town at a premium cost of 
$103,742. 

The Group Insurance Program of medical-surgical hospitalization and life 
insurance benefits authorized for Town employees by referendum action in 
March, 1958 and extended to cover employees who retired after original 
acceptance of the legislation which provided group insurance benefits to Town 
employees (Chapter 595, Acts 1959) continues to present the best features of any 
plan of protection for Town employees. There are presently 656 active 
employees, 155 pensioners and 154 Optional Medicare members of the Town 
included in this program. The gross premium cost amounts to $990,103 of which 
amount the Town contributed $742,577. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 13 

Chapter 763 of the Acts of the Year 1965 became effective on February 16, 
1966 which is legislative enactment of collective bargaining for municipalities. 
Municipal employers are prevented from (a) interfering with the right of 
employees to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining, (b) dominating or 
interfering with any employee organization, (c) discharging or discriminating 
against any employee who testified before the State Labor Relations 
Commission on a certification proceeding, (d) refusing to bargain collectively in 
good faith with a designated exclusive bargaining agent, and (e) refusing to 
discuss grievances with the bargaining agent. The statute states "the municipal 
employer shall be represented by the Chief Executive Officer, whether elected or 
appointed or his designated representative or representatives." It has been 
determined that the Board of Selectmen is the Chief Executive Board in Towns 
for the purpose of this statute, except as to School Department personnel. This 
legislation continues a costly and complex impact on municipal administration in 
Massachusetts. The Board of Selectmen appointed Executive Secretary, John J. 
McCarthy, Town Counsel, Mario L. Simeola and Public Works Director, Richard 
C. Boutiette as delegated representatives in collective bargaining procedure with 
the established Public Works unit. The Board of Selectmen appointed Executive 
Secretary, John J. McCarthy, Town Counsel, Mario L. Simeola and Fire Chief, 
Walter V. Maloney as delegated representatives in collective bargaining 
procedure with the established Fire Department Union. The Board of Selectmen 
appointed Executive Secretary, John J. McCarthy, Town Counsel, Mario L. 
Simeola and Public Works Director, Richard C. Boutiette as delegated repre- 
sentatives in collective bargaining procedure with the Clerical Workers Union 
Committee. The Board of Selectmen appointed Executive Secretary, John J. 
McCarthy, Town Counsel, Mario L. Simeola and Police Chief, William R. Con- 
nors as delegated representatives in collective bargaining procedure with the 
Police Association. Town Counsel was authorized to engage the services of 
Special Counsel on Labor Negotiations and Attorney Edward Schneider was so 
engaged. 

Chapter 1078 of the Acts of the year 1973 has identified municipal labor 
contract negotiations as a matter of serious fiscal consequence. The Board of 
Selectmen has long recognized the necessity for professional representation at 
the bargaining table and has, accordingly, engaged specialized legal services in 
this important relationship. This law provides that collective bargaining 
agreements prevail over personnel bylaws, fire and police regulations and certain 
specified statutes whereas the reverse was previously the case. 

Police and firefighters have the right to final offer arbitration though the 
scope of arbitration for police excludes matters involving the appointment, 
promotion, assignment and transfer of personnel. This form of compulsory 
arbitration limits the arbitrator's choice to the last best offer of the employer and 
the last best offer of labor. Although this brief summary of some important 
features of the referenced legislation cannot be construed as complete, it may 
serve to identify the implications and complexity of labor contract relations as 
has developed in the public sector. 

The computerization of the Town's business functions has continued as 
planned. All the Town's payrolls, the Town's warrants, vendor payments, water 
billing and municipal light and gas billing have been automated. Current systems 
programming for automation include real estate tax billing and motor vehicle 
excise tax collection. Additional savings and increased efficiency is anticipated 
upon automation of these systems. 



14 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

The Board observed with regret the deaths of the following active and 
retired employees: 

Dorothy Adams, School nurse 

Grace Bradley, Public Works survivor of Herbert Bradley 

Carl Brown, Library 

Mildred Hawks, Tax Collector's Department 

Archie Mclsaac, Municipal Light Department 

Frederick Meuse, Public Works Department 

Myrtle Tyler, Municipal Light 

William Scott, Municipal Light 

Appointments made by the Board of Selectmen at the organizational 
meeting in March, 1979: 

Clerk to the Board of Selectmen, Margaret M. Brady 

Building Inspector, David D. Cardillo 

Assistant Building Inspector, Walter A. Sherman 

Wire Inspector, Robert S. Riley 

Sealer Weights & Measures, Pasquale J. Carisella 

Gas Inspector, Walter A. Sherman 

Fire Inspector, Walter V. Maloney 

Lock-up Keeper, William R. Connors 

Constable, William R. Connors 

Veterans' Service Agent, Richard J. McGrail 

Fence Viewers, F.D. MacKay, Gaston E. Loubris, William Cameron 

Dog Officer/Animal Inspector, John J. Donaher 

Director of Civil Defense, William P. Hurton 

Sweetser Lecture Committee, John W. Moccia, Jr., John F. Carney, Alfred J. 
Yebba, Eugene J. Sullivan, Thomas M. Hourihan 

Committee on Election Procedures, John J. McCarthy, Mario L. Simeola, 
Alfred J. Yebba 

Conservation Committee, Richard F. Doherty, Mary M. Egan, Gilbert J. 
McCarthy, Alfred A. Minahan, Jr. 

Certified Weighers, John M. Lucey, James E. Good, Michael Duncan 

Council on Aging, Ruby Smith, Delia Giuffre, Loretta M. O'Brien 

Board of Appeals, Richard D. Ellis (alternate James H. Sen) 

Building Code Board of Appeals, James H. Sen, John J. MacKay, Sr. 

Youth Activities Commission, George E. Koulouris, H. Edward White 

Town Counsel reappointed for a three year term, Mario L. Simeola. 

Executive Secretary John J. McCarthy reappointed as the Town's 
representative for a three year term to the M APC. 

Subsequently the following were appointed: 

Registrar of Voters, Josephine Petrucci 

Conservation Committee, Anthony F. LaTerza, James W. McCauley, 
Wallace Sullivan 

Permanent Police Officers: Thomas E. MacHenry, Mark Pherson, Stephen 
Ramocki, Robert Ramocki 

Auxiliary Police Officers: William H. Dalton, Jr., Patrick Griffin, Michael L. 
Pierce, James J. Robinson, Jr. 

Fence Viewers, Sabatino Benedetto, Frank Fotino 

Firefighter: Thomas Labriola 

Youth Activities Commission, Michael Nasella 

Promoted to Fire Captain, Peter E. Hubbard 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 15 

Promoted to Fire Lieutenant, John Brown 

Elected to Library Trustees, Anthony LaRocco 

The following resignations were accepted with regret: 

Ethel Koulouris from the Board of Library Trustees; Richard DeFeo from 
the Youth Activities Commission; Charles Classen from the Fire Department; 
Richard Doherty from the Conservation Committee; Eric Reid from the Election 
Tabulation Center; Beulah G. Guerrette from the Canine Control Committee. 

The Board approved the following rates in anticipation of a state and/or 
federal grant: 

5.15% for $100,000; 5% for $82,000; 6.75% for $82,000; 4.88% for $100,000; 
4.75% for $82,000 and 7.30% for $100,000 — and in anticipation of tax revenue 
5.06%, 5.10% 5.19%, 5.24% for $2,000,000; 4.60%, 4.75%, 4.81%, 4.99%, 5% for 
$2,000,000; 5.89%, 5.98%, 6.09%, 5.18% for $1,000,000. 



Report of the Town Planning Board 



The Town Planning Board's activities in 1979 included amending of Section 
9A, Flood Plain Districts, in the Town's Zoning Bylaws to conform with the 
specifications determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Develop- 
ment. This was Article 8 in the warrant for the 1979 Annual Town Meeting. The 
Board continued to report to Town Meeting on any zoning articles presented to 
the town. 

In June, the Board adopted a revised Rules and Regulations Governing the 
Subdivision of land in Wakefield. After many subcommittee meetings, numerous 
changes were made in an effort to make the Rules and Regulations more con- 
temporary. 

The Board has been working diligently over the past year at subcommittee 
meetings and full committee meetings to bring the Town's Zoning Bylaws in con- 
formity with Chapter 808 of the Acts of 1975, the so-called "Zoning Act", which 
inserted a new Chapter 40A into the Massachusetts General Laws. Hand in hand 
with this project the Board is embarking upon a total review and revision of the 
Town's Zoning Bylaws to make them more comprehensible to the citizens of the 
Town. In conformity with the first goal, the Board will bring two articles to the 
1980 Annual Town Meeting effectively adopting the new "Zoning Act". 

During the year one subdivision was approved; that being Sunset Park, Sec- 
tion 2. One subdivision, that of Rosemary Avenue, was completed. 

The Board held 28 meetings and four public hearings in 1979. 

The whole Board attended the May meeting of the Massachusetts 
Federation of Planning Boards and James T. French the October meeting. Mr. 
French was elected to the Federation's Board of Directors and Harry J. Petrucci 
and Mr. French named to the Legislative Committee. 



16 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Miss Ruth A. Woodbury chose not to run for re-election to the Board. She 
served very ably and conscientiously for 29 years and her experience and 
knowledge of the town will be sorely missed by the Board. She constituted a 
direct link with the earliest zoning in the town that can never be recaptured. The 
Board thanks her and these members and previous members take great pleasure 
in the fact that they were able to serve with this capable woman. Thank you, 
Ruth! 

Vincent J. Cardillo was elected to the Board at the 1979 Town election. 

At its annual re-organization meeting James T. French was re-elected chair- 
man and Mark Curley vice chairman. Michael T. Collins was re-appointed Con- 
sulting Engineer and Harry J. Petrucci elected Clerk. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Town Planning Board 

JAMES T. FRENCH, Chairman 

MARK M. CURLEY, Vice Chairman 

HARRY J. PETRUCCI, Clerk 

ROLAND A. COTE 

VINCENT J. CARDILLO 



Report of the Board of Appeals 

The Board of Appeals, a quasi-judicial body with three members and three 
alternate members appointed by the Board of Selectmen operates under the 
Zoning Bylaws of the Town of Wakefield and Chapter 40A of the General Laws 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

The Board of Appeals held a total of twenty-six hearings this year. Of these 
twenty-six hearings, twenty-five dealt with zoning matters and one was a 
request for a sign. The Board took favorable action on eighteen petitions, denied 
five, and three were withdrawn. 

The Board members for the year 1979 were Attorney Leonard I. Singer, 
Chairman, Richard Ellis, Clerk, and Daniel F. Sullivan. Alternate members were 
Attorney Bernadette Casavant, James Sen, and Walter Howlett. Secretary for 
the Board of Appeals was Mrs. Sharon Morello. 



Report of the 
Personnel Advisory Committee 

The Personnel Advisory Committee (PAC) established by Article 31 in 1978 
consists of four members. Its function is that of advising the Board of Selectmen 
on labor relation matters and advising the Personnel Administrator on personnel 
administration matters. 

The PAC's role is to provide personnel policy recommendations and 
guidance on behalf of the Board of Selectmen as well as reviewing policy 
guidelines on collective bargaining issues. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 17 

The PAC actively participated in providing policy type recommendations in 
the major program being done by Charles M. Evans Associates. This included 
the development of a Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual, comprising a sec- 
tion of unemployment compensation and a Job Classification Manual. 

A second area of activity was to participate in the Town's collective bar- 
gaining process which is increasing in scope. The Town of Wakefield, excluding 
schools, now negotiates with six (6) employee unions constituting 80% of the 
total eligible employees of the Town. 

This Committee anticipates continued involvements as we go forward in the 
implementation of the new personnel guidelines. 

JOHN J. HOARE, Chairman 
GERARD F.GILLIS 
JOHN A. HANSON 
J. MERRITTWENZEL 



Wakefield CATV Advisory 
Committee 

The first task of our work was finalized in 1978 with the approval by the 
Board of Selectmen of the Rules and Regulations Governing the Conduct of 
Cable Television Systems within the Town of Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

The second job involved the updating of earlier cost estimates, but the MLD 
decided to give up the cable television license in summer of 1979. 

The present assignment is the preparation of a report and other advice for 
the Board of Selectmen, who can be expected in 1980 to grant the cable television 
license to one of the cable television companies applying. 

Mrs. Gail Haggerty resigned from our Committee, she had served as 
secretary since 1974. The liaison member from the Lucius Beebe Memorial 
Library is now the Director, Sharon Gilley, who replaces Trustee Walter 
Howlett. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ERIC REID, Committee Chairperson 8 Cedar Street 

JAMES W. McCAULEY, Secretary 4 Clarina Street 

RICHARD K. COONEY 65 Cordis Street 

JOSEPH A. HAGAN 23 Pine Hill Circle 

CHARLES M. IMBRACSIO 2 Parker Circle 

SHARON A. GILLEY, liaison Library 

ROBERT F. BENNETT, liaison Schools 

FRED YEBBA, liaison Board of Selectmen 



18 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of Board of Assessors 

A. - TAX RATE RECAPITULATION FISCAL 1980 

1. Gross Amount to be raised $22,663,114.64 

2. Estimated Receipts and Available Funds -8,016,330.87 

3. Net Amount to be Raised by Taxation $14,646,783.77 

4. Real Property Valuations $81,058,565.00 

5. Personal Property Valuations 3,604,925.00 

6. Total Property Valuations $84,663,490.00 

7. Tax Rate: 

(Divide Line 3 by Line 6) $ 173.00 

8. Real Property Tax (Multiply Line 4 by Line 7) $14,023,131.75 

9. Personal Property Tax ( Multiply Line 5 by Line 7 ) + 623,652.02 

10. Total Taxes Levied on Property (Same as Line 3) $14,646,783.77 

11. School Rate = $94.08. General Rate = $78.92 



B. - BETTERMENTS, SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS & WATER LIENS 

A. B. C. 

Amount Comm. Total 

Int. 

1. Water Liens $36,025.28 $36,025.28 

2. Sewer Betterments 25,402.57 9,791.19 35,193.76 

3. Street & Sidewalk 

Betterments 23,817.00 8,167.24 31,984.24 

4. Water Betterments 250.21 120.85 371.06 

5. Special Lien 1,127.00 1,127.00 

6. Total Column (C) $ 104,701.34 

7. Total Taxes and Assessments 

Committed to Collector ( A.10+B.6) $14,751,485.11 



C. - MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE 

1. Number of Motor Vehicles and Trailers Assessed in 1979 22,685 

2. Valuation of Motor Vehicles and Trailers Assessed in 1979 $26,179,110.00 

3. Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes Levied 1979 1,356,078.40 



D. - PROPERTY BREAKDOWN 

Class Number Value 

Rl lFam. 5538 $49,628,490.00 

R2 2Fam. 704 6,279,775.00 

R3 3Fam. 96 914,225.00 

R4 4Fam. plus 84 1,252,025.00 

RC Res./Comm. 67 988,375.00 

C Commercial 244 13,262,950.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 19 



I Industrial 

L Land 

CD. Condominiums 

A Apartments 

Real Estate Accounts 
Personal Property Accounts 



87 


5,383,800.00 


724 


720,525.00 


73 


440,375.00 


25 


2,187,825.00 


7640 


$81,058,565.00 


340 


3,604,925.00 



Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Assessors 
ROGER A. CURRAN, Chairman 
JOHN E. ANDERSON, Secretary 
ALFRED R. RAZZABONI 




Protection of Persons 
and Property- 



Report of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

FOREST WARDEN 

CIVIL DEFENSE 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Gas Inspector 

Plumbing Inspector 

Wire Inspector 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

DOG OFFICER 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



21 



Report of the Chief of Police 



Number of Arrests 1 ,669 

Number of Arrests on Warrants 5 1 

Number of Arrests without Warrants 468 

Number of Arrests on Capias 18 

Number of Arrests on Default Warrants 12 

Number of Summons Served 1,120 

Males 1,437 

Females 232 

Residents 862 

Non-Residents 807 

AUTOMOBILE LAWS, VIOLATIONS OF 

Allowing Improper Person to Operate 3 

Causing Property Damage 18 

Failing to Stop on Signal of Officer 9 

Improper Lights 8 

Improper Plates 14 

Mechanical Signal, Not Stopping 32 

Not Keeping to Right of Way 34 

One- Way Street, Violation of 3 

Operating after Revocation of License 10 

Operating after Suspension of License 1 

Operating failing to slow down at intersection 3 

Operating no Registration 6 

Operating so as to Endanger 1 1 

Operating Speeding 161 

Operating Under the Influence 78 

Operating with Unnecessary Noise 17 

Operating without License 35 

Operating without Official Inspection 48 

Parking Violation 588 

School Bus Violation 2 

Stop Sign — Not Stopping 26 

Uninsured Car 37 

Unregistered Car 42 

Using withou t Au thority 1 3 

FOR THE FOLLOWING CRIMES: 

Arrested for other Officers 27 

Arson 7 

Assault and Battery 29 

Assault with Dangerous Weapon 6 

Breaking. Entering and Larceny in the Nighttime 20 

Breaking, Entering and Larceny in the Daytime 9 



22 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



ARRESTS 






Burglar Tools in Possession 




16 


Carnal Abuse of Female Child 




1 


Carrying Dangerous Weapon 




2 


Child-in-need — Service-care 




4 


Children 






Non-support 




15 


Dog Law, Violations 




22 


Exposing Person 




1 


Idle and Disorderly 




66 


Larceny 




68 


Larceny from Person 




1 


Narcotic Drug Laws, Violation of 




51 


Probation, Violation of 




2 


Receiving Stolen Property 




9 


Robbery, Attempt to Commit 




1 


Robbery, Unarmed 




2 


Sounding False Alarm of Fire 




1 


Trespass 




22 


Uttering 




3 


Willfully and Maliciously Injuring Property 




19 


HOW DISPOSED OF 






Appealed 




5 


Continued 




853 


Defaulted 




140 


Delivered to other Officers 




28 


Dismissed 




53 


House of Correction 




3 


Placed on File 




9 


Probation 




4 


Restitution 




3 


Suspended Sentence to H/C 




9 


Youth Service Board, Committed to 




1 


No Service 




6 


Discharging Firearm, Town Limit 




4 


Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle 




3 


Minor Possession of Alcoholic Beverage 




25 


Fireworks, Possession of 




3 


Consuming Alcoholic Beverage in Public 




30 


Indecent Assault 




1 


FINES IMPOSED: 






3 at $ 2.00 


$ 6.00 




2 at 3.00 


6.00 




16 at 5.00 


80.00 




21 at 7.00 


147.00 




103 at 10.00 


1,030.00 




32 at 15.00 


480.00 




13 at 20.00 


260.00 




106 at 25.00 


2,650.00 





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21 at 50.00 1,050.00 

2 at 75.00 150.00 

14 at 100.00 1,400.00 

221 at 6.00 1,326.00 

1 at 200.00 200.00 



555 Total $8,785.00 



MISCELLANEOUS REPORT: 

Accidents reported 1,018 

Amount of lost property recovered $1 ,039.00 
Amount of stolen property recovered $337,555.00 

Bicycles found 35 

Broken wires reported 9 

Buildings found open and secured 157 

Burglary (false alarm) 706 

Complaints and cases investigated 3,958 

Defects in gas pipes reported 6 

Defects in hydrants reported 1 

Defects in streets and sidewalks reported 1 1 

Detail for Private or Public assemblages 926 

Drownings 1 

Fires discovered and alarm given 89 

Fires discovered and extinguished without alarm 52 

Gun shot wounds 1 

Lost children cared for 8 

Medical Examiner cases 19 

Obstructions removed from the street 13 

Officers at fires 227 

Persons missing 40 

Sick and disabled people assisted 257 

Number of duty calls 57,010 

Number of Ambulance cases 1 ,003 

Miles covered by Ambulance 100X 1,616 

Miles covered by Ambulance 93 7,234 

Miles covered by Car No. 92 13,493 

Miles covered by Car No. 94 63,674 

Miles covered by Car No. 95 12,302 

Miles covered by car No. 96 62,888 

Miles covered by Car No. 97 1 1 ,90 1 

Miles covered by Motorcycle MC No. 1 4,445 

Miles covered by Safety Car No. 9 1 32,450 

Total mileage for all vehicles 2 10,003 

Water Running to Waste 9 

Accidents Investigated by Police 653 

Messages Delivered 57 

Annoying and Obscene Calls 7 1 

False Alarm of Fire 161 

Water Dept. Calls Taken 58 



24 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Legal papers served for out of town departments 319 

Legal papers served for our Department 1 ,73 1 

Parking three way citations issued for 1979 2,118 

MOTOR VEHICLE VIOLATION CITATIONS ISSUED 

Court summoned 449 

At the time of arrest 72 

Warnings 96 

Total 617 

MONEY COLLECTED AND TURNED OVER 
TO THE TOWN TREASURER 

Bicycle Registrations $ 13.25 

Firearms, License to Carry 2,790.00 

Firearms — Identification Cards 306.00 

Firearms — Dealers 24.00 

Photocopies of records 2,369.00 

Taxi — License to Drive 102.00 

Total $ 5,604.25 

MONEY COLLECTED AND TURNED OVER 
TO THE COURT OR COMPLAINANT 

For restitution and bad checks $20,982.28 

WILLIAM R. CONNORS, Chief of Police 



Report of Chief of Fire Department 

The following report of the Wakefield Fire Department for the year 1979. 



Box Alarms 




461 


Still Alarms 




2,094 


Total 




2,555 


Misc. Incidents — Service Calls, Investigations, 


etc. 


961 


Multiple Alarm Fires 2 




(1 -3rd alarm; 1 -2nd alarm) 


False Alarms 




105 


Brush/Woods Fires 




218 


Vehicle Fires 




74 


Building Fires 




87 


Other Outside Fires 




104 


Medical Aid Calls 




1006 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



25 



Mutual Aid Given 

Melrose 

Reading 

Stoneham 

Lynnfield 

Saugus 

Middleton 

Woburn 



Total Given: 





Mutual Aid Received 




71 


Reading 


37 


15 


Melrose 


34 


7 


Stoneham 


24 


5 


Lynnfield 


5 


2 


Maiden 




1 


Middleton 




1 


North Reading 

Saugus 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Woburn 




02 


Total Received: 


107 



EQUIPMENT USED 





Booster Hose 






109,350 feet 






IV2" Hose 






22,000 feet 






2V2" Hose 






10,150 feet 






3" Hose 






6,000 feet 






Ladders raised 






3,053 feet 






Air Masks 








54 






Smoke Ejectors 








71 






Salvage Covers 








19 






Dry powder Ext 








14 






CO 2 Extinguishers 






3 






APPARATUS RESPONSE 








Unit 


Box Alarms 


Still Alarms 


Total 




% 


Engine 1 




327 


883 


1,210 




47% 


Engine 2 




228 


244 


472 




18% 


Engine 3 




147 


150 


297 




12% 


Engine 4 




196 


298 


494 




19% 


Engine 5 




70 


89 


159 




6% 


Ladder 1 




343 


217 


560 




22% 


Ladder 2 




4 


3 
PERSONNEL 


7 




1% 



The Department consists of a Chief, four (4) Captains, four (4) Lieutenants, 
forty-four (44) Firefighters, one ( 1 ) permanent female clerk, one ( 1 ) CETA female 
clerk, and seven (7) Call Firefighters. 

Captain Charles Classen resigned from the Department after seventeen 
years of service to seek employment out of state. 

Firefighter Malcolm W. Burke, a very dedicated and devoted member of the 
department for twenty-three (23) years died December 27, 1979 while on duty at 
Fire Headquarters. 

During the year, Lt. Peter Hubbard was promoted to Captain; Firefighter 
John Brown was promoted to Lieutenant, and Call Firefighter Thomas Labriola 
was appointed to Permanent Firefighter. 



26 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

TRAINING 

The Department conducts a daily training program on developing effective 
fire ground evolutions. 

Twenty -eight department members are certified as Emergency Medical 
Technicians. All department members other than Emergency Medical 
Technicians have completed a First Responder Course as required by State Law. 

Thirteen department members are attending classes in the Community 
College Fire Science Program. 

Department members have received instruction in a Hazardous Material 
Course conducted by the Massachusetts Fire Academy. 

FIRE PREVENTION 

Sixty (60) inspections were conducted and approved for a complete fire 
alarm system in new residential homes or extensive remodeling of existing struc- 
tures as required by State Law. 

Quarterly Fire Drills and Inspections were conducted in public and private 
schools as required by State Law. 

Nursing Homes, hotels, boarding and lodging houses and inns were in- 
spected quarterly during the year as required by State Law. 

Department members have spoken and demonstrated to school children, 
clubs, organizations and the general public on fire safety, and the operations of 
the department during the year 1979. 

Fire and arson investigations of all fires were conducted by Fire and Police 
representatives during the year. 

A total of two hundred and eighty-two (282) permits were issued as required 
by State Fire Prevention Regulations. 

APPARATUS & VEHICLES 
1979 Mack 1,000 GPM Pumper 
1979 Chevrolet Sedan 
1975 Maxim 1,250 GPM Pumper 
1975 Maxim 100' Aeroa; Ladder 
1970 Chevrolet Pick-up 
1967 International 750 GPM Pumper 
1960 Mack 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 
1956 Mack 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 
1955 American LaFrance 85' Aerial Ladder (Reserve) 

Mr. Henry Rufo serves as Master Mechanic in the maintenance of Fire 
Department apparatus and equipment. 

Fire Alarm - 1979 

The following is the report of time spent of Fire Alarm maintenance. 

108 Hours on administration, which included meetings with engineers for 
fire alarms in new or altered buildings; record keeping and instruction on fire 
alarm to Fire Department Personnel. 

74 Hours for testing all Fire Alarm Boxes. 
583 Hours for repairs and replacement of wires and fire signal equipment. 

47 Hours painting Fire Boxes. 
812 Total Hours 
There were 4 new master boxes connected. 8,200 feet of new wire. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 27 

2 damaged boxes by accident. 
4 open circuits, all closed within 2 hours. 

All schools were tested 4 times, but time not included in this report as School 
Department pays for this service. 

Police Alarm 

101 Hours were spent on Police Box Circuits and Police signal equipment. 

Traffic Lights 

11 Hours spent on repairs and bulb changes. 

42 Hours spent pulling terminal cable between 9 Albion Street and the 
Lafayette Building. 

This was a separate project, the cost not from the Fire-Police-Signal Budget. 

In conclusion, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation 
to the Officers and members of the department for their excellent cooperation 
and assistance during this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 

Chief of Fire Department 

REPORT OF FOREST WARDEN 

During the year 1979 there was a total of 218 woods and grass fires. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 

Forest Warden 



Report of Director of Civil Defense 

The Civil Defense Department continues to function under the general direc- 
tion and control of the Board of Selectmen as is required under the provision of 
Chapter 639 of the Acts of the year 1950. 

There is one paid employee serving as office clerk and field agent. The direc- 
tor and all other members of the organization are serving on a volunteer basis. 

The management, control and direction of the Auxiliary Fire and Police 
departments have continued under the jurisdiction of the Chiefs of the respective 
departments, as has the operation of the Civil Defense Rescue Truck. 

The Civil Defense Communications Group remained effectively available 
during the year under the direction of Chief Radio Officer J. Henry Sleeper. 

During 1979 both the Auxiliary Fire and Auxiliary Police have worked in 
close cooperation with the regular Fire and Police Departments. They have given 
many volunteer hours of service, thereby aiding the efficiency of both depart- 
ments and to the advantage of the Town. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM P. HURTON 

Director of Civil Defense 



28 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the 
Building Department 

Reports of all divisions of the Building Department for the year 1979 are as 
follows : 

BUILDING DIVISION 



Building permits granted 


557 


Building inspections made 


1,223 


Inspections with State Inspector 


22 


Inspections with Fire Chief 


25 


Inspections of fire jobs 


7 


Complaints investigated 


238 


Complaints investigated regarding zoning bylaws 


128 


Sign inspections 


31 


Shingle permits issued 


32 


Sidewalk and sign permits issued 


29 


Buildings razed 


5 


New dwellings 


41 


Swimming pool permits issued 


39 


Stove permits issued 


288 


Multiple dwellings inspected 


32 


Certificate of Occupancy permits issued 


45 


Inspection Certificates issued 


49 


Lodging house inspections 


3 


Nursing home inspections 


5 


Public school inspections 


15 


Nursery school inspections 


6 


Permits refused 


27 


Hotel inspections made 


4 


Permit fees deposited 


$19,198.50 


Total valuation of permits granted 


$7,802,608.00 



PERMIT VALUATIONS FOR LAST SIX YEARS 

1974 $1,642,869. 1977 $2,754,871. 

1975 1,649,959. 1978 23,625,737. 

1976 2,860,113. 1979 7,802,608. 

GAS DIVISION 

Permits granted 400 

Inspections made 403 

Inspections approved 400 

Installations not passing inspection 3 

Installations corrected and passed 3 

Meetings with pipe fitters or plumbers on the job 7 

Inspections requested by Municipal Light Department 2 

Inspections requested by Fire Department 1 

Inspections requested after fire damage 1 

Complaints investigated 1 

Permit fees deposited $ 1 , 634 . 00 



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PLUMBING DIVISION 




Permits granted 


382 


Inspections made 


1,244 


Number of fixtures installed 


1,812 


Bath tubs 


274 


Lavatories 


433 


Water closets 


402 


Showers 


43 


Sinks 


152 


Laundry trays 


5 


Tankless 


37 


Disposals 


34 


Dishwashers 


55 


Washing machines 


56 


Urinals 


2 


Drinking fountains 


2 


Water heaters 


239 


Sewer connections 


7 


Miscellaneous 


71 


Permit fees deposited 


$3,498.00 



WIRING DIVISION 

Permits granted 591 

Inspections made 798 

Inspections approved 768 

Temporary service permits 30 

Temporary approval — service only new dwellings 47 

Change in service, two to three wire 15 

Permits for larger three-wire service 73 

Permits for commercial light and power service 15 

Installations not passing inspection 35 

Installations corrected and passed 28 

Meetings on j obs with electricians 35 

Inspections made with Fire Chief 10 

Inspections requested by Municipal Light Department 1 1 

Inspections requested by Fire Department 3 

Inspections after fire damage 1 

Inspections of nursery schools 6 

Inspections of nursing homes 5 

Inspections of public schools 12 

Inspections of public buildings 10 

Lodging house inspections 6 

Hotel inspections 3 

Complaints inspected 17 
Permit fees deposited $3,956.25 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID D.CARDILLO 
Building Inspector/Building Department 



30 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of Sealer of Weights 
and Measures 



Adjusted 


Sealed Condemned 


Scales: 






Over 10,000 lbs. 


8 




100 to 5,000 lbs. 2 


14 




More than 10 and less than 100 lbs. 2 


45 




10 lbs. or less 2 


35 


1 


Weights : 






Avoirdupois 


7 




Apothecary 


55 




Oil Trucks 5 


12 




Gasoline Stations (meters) 17 


113 




Bulk Meters 


6 




Totals 28 


295 


1 



Inspected 389 pounds of bread, fish, butter, meats, vegetables, and 10 cords 
of firewood. 

P.J. CARISELLA 
Sealer of Weights & Measures 



Report of the Dog Officer 
and Animal Inspector 



The following is my report as dog officer for the year 1979: 

Stray dogs picked up 271 

Stray dogs returned 154 

Stray dogs disposed of 117 

Injured dogs picked up 36 

Quarantines Issued 79 

Dead animals picked up 203 

Complaints answered 4,345 

JOHNJ.DONAHER 
Dog Officer and Animal Inspector 




Health and Welfare 

Report of 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

VETERANS' SERVICES 

COUNCIL ON AGING 

HOUSING AUTHORITY 

YOUTH ACTIVITIES COMMISSION 

RECREATION COMMISSION 



32 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Board of Health 

Town Employees were given Flu Shots in October 1979. 

A summary of Field Trips and Investigations by the Public Health Nurse is 
as follows: 

Visits to TBC patients and contacts 163 
Trips to the Hospital for patient's checkups 

and X-ray examinations 46 

Number of contacts X-rayed or TBC tested 74 

Premature Baby Evaluations 3 

Miscellaneous Investigations 119 



The following cases were reported during the year: 

Animal Bites 

Chicken Pox 

German Measles 

Hepatitis 

Meningitis 

Mumps 

Salmonellosis 

Strepococcal Infections 

Typhoid 



79 
7 
2 
2 
1 
1 
3 

53 
1 



A listing of the Permits and Licenses for the year 1979 and the money 



received for them is as follows: 
Burial Permits 
Funeral Directors 
Milk - Retail 
Oleomargarine 
Ice Cream 

Food Establishments 
Mobile Food Server 
Registrations 
Offensive Trades 
General 
Massage 



56 

5 

60 

19 

7 

43 

4 

22 

13 



No Charge 

No Charge 

120.00 

9.50 

35.00 

43.00 

4.00 

110.00 

13.00 

96.00 

15.00 

$445.50 



The Health Agent's Report is as follows: 

Restaurant Inspections 

Retail Food Inspections 

House Inspections 

Nursing Home Inspections 

Ice Cream (Plants) 

Plan Reviews 



91 
52 

47 
9 
6 

24 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 33 

The following complaints were received and investigated: 

Rubbish Complaints 47 

Rodent Complaints 18 

Overflowing Cesspools 13 

Miscellaneous Complaints 178 

Referred to other Departments 101 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE O. RICHARDSON, Chairman 
JAMES A. EVANGELISTA, Secretary 
A. LOUIS GIAMARCO, D.D.S. 



Report of Veterans ' Services 
and Benefits 

Under Chapter 115, General Laws as amended, the Town of Wakefield is 
reimbursed one-half of all monies spent, provided that proper authorization from 
the State as to settlement, dependency and need is shown. 

Recipients expenses $95,000.00 

Recipients aided 228 cases 

Medical cases aided 59 cases 

Fuel cases aided 33 cases 

Disability Compensation and 

Pension Applications 136 cases 

Hospitalization at Veterans Hospitals 34 cases 

Education — House Loans — G.I. Insurance 211 cases 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD J. McGRAIL 

Veterans' Agent 
Veterans' Service Director 



Report of Wakefield Council 
on Aging 

The Wakefield Council on Aging sponsored the following activities during 
the year 1979. 

RECREATION 
1. Bus Trips 

Six bus trips to Plymouth, Nashua, Haverhill, Danvers, and a cruise in 
Boston Harbor were sponsored from May to October. These included lunch 
and sightseeing. 



34 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

2. Programs and Dinners 

June 4 — Sing-a-long at Dolbeare School. Musical entertainment and 
refreshments. 

August 4 — Cook-In for 150 persons at First Parish Congregational Church. 
Music by "Sweet Adelines"; Rosemary Yasi, chairman. Hamburgers and 
frankfurters prepared and served by volunteers. 

Sept. 13 — Old-Time Movies held at Americal Civic Center. Peter Calderaro, 
projectionist. 

Nov. 11 — Thanksgiving Dinner for 250 at Crystal Community Club. Din- 
ner prepared by Charles Encarnacao and Community Club members. Served 
by members and Council on Aging personnel. Planned by Marion Whiting, 
Elderly Services Director. 

Dec. 13 — Christmas Party at Towne Lyne House for 150. Dinner and 
musical program. 

EDUCATION 

1. Classes 

10 classes in the spring were offered in Crewel Embroidery, Rug Hooking 
and Art. 

Instructors: Mrs. Elizabeth Thoroux, Crewel; Mrs. Doris Reid, Rug 
Hooking; Mrs. Jane Jowdy, Art. 
Instructors paid by the Council on Aging. 

New policy began in the fall and instructors are now being paid by the pupils 
in some courses. Other classes are instructed by volunteers. 
Current classes are in Art, Dancing, Macrame, Crocheting, Knitting, Christ- 
mas Decorations. 

An exhibit of art, crewel and rug hooking was held at the First Baptist 
Church on April 26. 

2. Movie 

October 24 — "Learning to Enjoy (Retirement)" 

3. Legal Help 

October 24 — Leslie Newman, attorney from Greater Boston Legal Ser- 
vices. Discussion. Questions. 

4. Medicare and Medex 

Nov. 14 and Dec. 6 — Mrs. Vera McVey, staff assistant of Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts. Discussion. Instruction. 

SERVICES 

1. Free Income Tax Assistance was given by Philip C. Boody and Ralph 
Wentzell. The Council publicized this service. 

2. Newsletter - A monthly NEWSLETTER is a new service. Paid for by the 
advertising it contains, the Newsletter is issued 12 times a year. For nine months 
700 copies are printed and distributed through Drop-In Centers, Library, the 
Meal Site, in the Van, Banks, and Council Office. Three times a year the letter is 
mailed to over 3,000 persons. This is the one service provided by the Council 
which reaches every older citizen. The work of collating, labeling, and stapling 
the mailed copies is done by volunteers. 

3. ID Cards — Issued to those persons 60 years of age or older. The cards en- 
title the holder to discounts at local stores, musical and athletic events. 

4. Remembrance — The Council contributed $100 towards the baskets which 
were decorated and filled with gifts by members of the Drop-In Center Club. 



168th ANNUAL HEPORT 35 

These baskets were sent to patients in nursing homes who would otherwise not 
be remembered. 

5. MBTA Cards — The Council assisted at the MBTA registration when 
senior citizens were issued cards which provide reduced transportation rates. 

6. Job Service — The Council maintains a file of persons seeking employment 
on a part-time basis and has been able to provide some employment in answer to 
requests. 

7. Publicity — All Council services, classes, health programs, and recreation 
are publicized in the Wakefield Item and the monthly Newsletter and are 
prepared by Marguerite Buckless, the Council Secretary. 

8. Fuel Assistance Program — The Council office has cooperated and 
publicized the Fuel Assistance Program for needy elders. 

9. Information and Referral — The Council handles hundreds of telephone 
calls requesting information related to problems of older persons. Referral to 
proper sources of help is given. 

HEALTH SERVICES 

1. Health Clinics — Twenty-six health clinics were held during the year. Held 
at the First Baptist Church, the Greenwood Union Church, Hart's Hill and the 
Americal Civic Center. Visiting Nurses were in attendance assisted by volunteer 
nurses. They take blood pressures, check weight, and review health problems. 
The clinics are paid for by the Wakefield Visiting Nurse Association. Over 100 
persons are checked each month. 

2. Flu Clinic — Working with the Board of Health the Council arranged for 
space, time, nurses, publicity, and volunteers. United Way provided the serum. 

3. Exercise Classes — A grant from Mystic Valley Home Care Corp. provided 
groups of exercise classes. Instruction by Combined Visiting Nurse Association 
personnel. 

4. Diabetes Van — The Council handled appointments for the Diabetes Van 
sponsored by the Wakefield Junior Woman's Club. 

PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY EVENTS 
THROUGH COUNCIL OFFICE 

1. Atwell Junior High School invited senior citizens to an open house and ob- 
servation of classes. 

2. Elks Lodge Dinner — One hundred senior citizens were guests of the Lodge 
for dinner, program and prizes. 

3. Choral Groups and Dramatic Groups invite senior citizens to their dress 
rehearsals free of charge. 

PROGRAMS FEDERALLY FUNDED WITH LOCAL ASSISTANCE 

1. Congregate Meals — Were served 5 days a week at the First Parish 
Congregational Church to older citizens over 60 years of age. Suggested 
donation is .50 a person. Meals are prepared in Maiden and delivered hot to the 
Meal Site. 

2. Meals on Wheels — Approximately 20 meals, 5 days a week, are delivered 
hot to each person. 

3. Shopping Van — Provided by Maiden Action Inc., a non-profit 
organization, takes 7 passengers to North Shore and Redstone Shopping Centers 
once a week. Appointments are handled by the Council office. 



36 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



4. Senior Citizens' Van — Financed through a grant from Mystic Valley 
Home Care Corp. has provided transportation to local drop-in centers, doctors, 
hospitals, grocery shopping. Driver provided by CETA. 

5. Senior Aid — Provided by Mystic Valley Home Care Corp. This service in- 
volves a visit, conversation, doing local errands for those who are alone and have 
no one. 

COUNCIL OFFICE AND STAFF 

The office is in the Americal Civic Center — open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon- 
day through Friday. 

Director of Elderly Services — Marion Whiting 
Typist Clerk — Marguerite Buckless 
Senior Aide — Florence McCaughey 
Van Driver — Cindy Kamens 
Meals-on-Wheels Driver — Fred Fazio 
Meal Site Manager — Louise Fay 

COUNCIL ON AGING MEMBERS 

There have been 10 regular meetings and 2 emergency meetings in 1979. 
ELSIE FREEMAN, Chairman ROBERT CONNELL, Secretary 

RICHARD BLANK JULIA CHRISTO 

MARY GALLUCCI DELIA GIUFFRE 

HELEN McCABE LORETTA O'BRIEN 

RUBY SMITH 



Report of Wakefield 
Housing Authority 

As required by Housing Authority Law (Chapter 12 IB of the General Laws), 
a copy of this Annual Report is sent to the Executive Office of Communities and 
Development, to the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Wakefield and the State 
Auditor. 

During 1979, the primary effort of the Authority has been aimed toward the 
completion of the two new elgprly developments which had been approved by 
Town Meeting action. 

The new forty unit elderly housing development being constructed on 
Broadway with federal funds is proceeding on schedule and is expected to be 
completed by summer of 1980. Because of its proximity to Crystal Lake, the 
Authority voted to name the new building "Crystal View Apartments". The 
design and appearance of the Crystal View Apartments is one of beauty and will 
greatly enhance the area. 

Meanwhile, the Lincoln School site is also moving ahead. The original grant 
awarded to the Authority for twenty units of congregate housing was increased 
so that, when completed, the building will house fifteen congregate units on the 
first floor and ten regular elderly apartments on the second floor. The building 



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will contain an elevator, thus making all areas accessible to those who are 
handicapped. Rehabilitation work is due to begin in the spring of 1980. When 
completed, the Housing Authority will be providing a total of one hundred and 
eighty-one elderly apartments among the three developments: Hart's Hill 
Apartments, Crystal View Apartments, and the Lincoln School. 

The Authority also provides rent subsidies to ninety-four families 
throughout Wakefield. These successful programs, administered by the 
Authority and funded by both state and federal governments, have proven to be 
very helpful to low income families residing in our community. In a continuing 
effort to be of assistance to eligible families, the Authority has applied for 
additional funding through the United States Department of Housing and 
Urban Development to add more units to this program. 

In order to keep the Hart's Hill Apartments in good repair, the Authority 
applied for and received modernization funds to replace the hot water heaters in 
one section of the development and to do roofing repair work. This work is 
proceeding on schedule and should be completed shortly. 

Under the Authority's auspices, many social and informative functions were 
conducted at Birch Hall throughout the year and, in cooperation with the 
Wakefield Council on Aging, dance lessons and exercise classes are held for 
Wakefield's senior citizens. 

On behalf of the Authority, thanks must be expressed to the Fire and Police 
Departments and the Board of Public Works for assistance during the past year. 
Our appreciation also to the Board of Health who inspect all units to be leased 
under the rent subsidy programs, thus assuring tenants of decent, safe and 
sanitary housing. 

Lastly, the Authority employees deserve recognition for their interest and 
dedication in seeing that the tenants are comfortably housed and the physical 
plant is kept in a manner which makes it an asset to the Town. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Wakefield Housing Authority 
PHILIP H. DePASQUALE, Chairman 
THOMAS A. MULLEN, Vice Chairman 
RALPH L. LeBLANC, Treasurer 
MRS. MARY S. SWEENEY, Assistant Treasurer 
REVEREND DR. ROBERT CRUICKSHANK, Member 
MRS. BARBARA L. MILLER, Executive Director 



STATEMENT OF OPERATING RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

Account Title Budget Actual 

OPERATING RECEIPTS 

Shelter Rent J 

Utility Charges to Tenants 
Nondwelling Rentals 
Interest on Investments 
Other Operating Receipts 
Total Operating Receipts ! 



iinount 


PUM 


PUM 




Amount 


92,345. 


66.34 


69.45 


$ 


96,671.00 


1,320. 


.95 


1.13 




1,578.00 


3,000. 


2.16 


1.98 




2,758.23 


160. 


.11 


.14 




201.49 


96,825. 


69.56 


72.70 


$ 


101.208.72 



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OPERATING EXPENDITURES 












ADMINISTRATION 












Salaries $ 


13,366. 


9.60 


9.60 


$ 


13,366.00 


Other Expenses 


2,100. 


1.51 


1.59 




2,207.89 


Compensation to Authority Members 










Accounting Services 


1,200. 


.86 


.86 




1,200.00 


Total Administration Operating $ 


16,666. 


11.97 


12.05 


$ 


16,773.89 


Expense 












TENANT SERVICES 












Salaries 












Recreation, Other Services 


348. 


.25 










Contract Costs, Training, Other 












Total Tenant Services Expense $ 


348. 


.25 










UTILITIES 












Water $ 


2,500.00 


1.80 


1.52 


$ 


2,116.08 


Electricity 


36,300. 


26.08 


25.77 




35,872.02 


Gas 


11,000. 


7.90 


9.51 




13,234.75 


Fuel & Heating Supplies 












Heating Labor 












Other 












Total Utilities Expense $ 


49,800. 


35.78 


36.80 


$ 


51,222.85 


ORDINARY MAINTENANCE 












& OPERATION 












Labor $ 


34,427. 


24.73 


23.94 


$ 


33,320.07 


Materials & Supplies 


4,200. 


3.02 


2.42 




3,375.28 


Contract Costs 


900. 


.64 


1.31 




1,820.05 


Total Ordinary Maintenance $ 


39,527. 


28.39 


27.67 


$ 


38,515.40 


and Operation 












PROTECTIVE SERVICES 












Labor 












Material & Supplies 












Contract Costs 












Total Protective Services 












GENERAL EXPENSE 












Insurance $ 


5,700. 


4.09 


4.35 


$ 


6,050.48 


Employee Benefit Contribution 


8,000. 


5.75 


6.42 




8,941.14 


Collection Losses 












Payment in Lieu of Taxes 












Other General Expenses 












Total General Expense $ 


13,700. 


9.84 


10.77 


$ 


14,991.62 



RESERVES & DEBT SERVICES 

Provision for Operating Reserve 

$ 5,568. 4.00 4.00 $ 5,568.00 

Provision for Debt Service Reserve 
Debt Service Requirement 

Total Reserves & Debt Service $ 5,568. 4.00 4.00 $ 5,568.00 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES 



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TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES 

$125,609. 90.23 91.29 127,071.76 

Residual Receipts (or deficit) prior to 
Commonwealth Contribution (28,784.) (20.67) (18.59) (25,863.04) 

COMMONWEALTH CONTRIBUTION 

Debt Service Contribution 
Reduction for Debt Service Contribution 
Operating Subsidy Contribution 
Total Commonwealth Contribution 0_ 0_ 

Residual Receipts (or deficit) (28,784.) (20.67) (18.59) (25,863.04) 

ADMINISTRATION BALANCE SHEET 

Assets 

CASH 

Administration Fund $ 242.52 

Petty Cash 150.00 

Revolving Fund Advances $ 392.52 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

Tenants Account 

Debt Service Subsidy (Schedule VI) 

Operating Subsidy 

Other 2,664.40 2,664.40 

FISCAL AGENT FUNDS 

Debt Service Fund( s ) ( Schedule I ) 

Debt Service Trust Fund(s) (Schedule I) 

INVESTMENTS 

Investments ( Schedule II ) 53,477.32 

Debt Service Trust Fund( s ) ( Schedule I ) 53,477.32 

DEFERRED CHARGES 

Prepaid Insurance 1,477.54 

Inventories 

Other (Schedule III) 1,477.54 

DEVELOPMENT COST 

Development Cost 2,182,000.00 

Less: Dev. Cost Liquidation 255,000.00 1,927,000.00 

TOTAL ASSETS $1,985,011.78 



Liabilities and Reserves 
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 

Accounts Payable — other (Schedule IV) 

Contract Retentions 

Employees' Payroll Deductions .01 

Accounts Payable — Revolving Fund .01 

FIXED LIABILITIES 

Notes Issues 255,000.00 

Less: Notes Retired 255,000.00 

Grants Authorized 1.927.000.00 

Less: Bonds Retired 1.927.000 00 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



RESERVES 
Capital Res. Account 
Unamortized Bond Premium 
Reduction of Annual Contribution 
Operating Reserve (Schedule V) 
Prior Year Surplus 

RESIDUAL RECEIPTS (DEFICITS) 

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 



47,396.00 



36,478.81 



83,874.81 

(25,863.04) 

$1,985,011.78 



NO ENTRIES FOR SCHEDULE I 

SCHEDULE II 

Investments — Account 1170 



Bank Type 


Due Date 


Amt. Inves. 


Mat. Value 


Wakefield Coop. Bk. Book 


Demand 


$ 2,592.28 


5 X 4% 


Wakefield Svgs. Bk. Book 


Demand 


17,986.28 


5V 4 % 


Middlesex Bank 


Demand 


13,856.76 


5 X /4% 


U.S. Treas. Bills 


7/26/79 


19,042.00 


9.475% 


Total as per Balance Sheet 




$53,477.32 





NO ENTRIES FOR SCHEDULE III 



NO ENTRIES FOR SCHEDULE IV 



SCHEDULE V 

Operating Reserve — Account 2590 
Balance at beginning of period 6/30/78 
Additions: 

Quarterly Accrual 5,568.00 

Distribution of Residual Receipts 

Other Credits Chapter. 853 24,130.00 

Settlement of Suit Dev. 667-2* 3,900.00 

Reductions: 

Distribution of Deficit 20,975.34 

Charges Approved by DC A : 

List Legal Fee — suit settlement* 975.00 

VAC Equip. 463.45 

78-1B&A 3,800.00 



Emergency Charges not approved by DC A 

New Boiler $1,408.25 

Hot water heater 453.00 



5,238.45 



1,861.25 



$30,955.85 



33,598.00 



Balance as per Balance Sheet 



28,075.04 
$36,478.81 



NO ENTRIES FOR SCHEDULE VI 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 41 

Report of Youth 
Activities Commission 

The year of 1979 completed ten years of operation of the Establishment, 
Wakefield's Youth Ctr. The Annual Town Meeting of March 1969 adopted 
Article 16 which established the Youth Activities Commission with the purpose 
to establish and carry on and encourage others to establish and carry on 
programs and activities designed to aid and improve the welfare of the youth in 
the town. We feel we have done the job and will continue to. 

The Friends of the Youth Ctr. in the Financial Report 1/1/79 to 10/24/79 
show a balance of $388.43. Income is from the tonic machine, clean up, a Flea 
Market and Paper Drives. This money was used for equipment repair, Canobie 
Lake Trip, Red Sox tickets, Mountain Climb etc. We are grateful to Treasurer, 
Ann Kuklinski and the other members. 

The regular hours of the Ctr. were: Friday 7-11 p.m., Saturday 2-5 and 7-11 
p.m., and Sunday 2-5 p.m. Special hours for the Summer and School Vacations. 
Some of the activities were: The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Flea Market, Red 
Cross Dance, Clean Up, Mountain Climb and a trip to Canobie Lake Park. 

Two bus loads of teens enjoyed an evening at Canobie Lake in August and 45 
teens a most enjoyable mountain climb, Mt. Shaw in Tuftonboro, N.H. in 
October. 

The members of the Commission: Chairman, William Boodry, Cheryl 
Hubbard, Patricia Boghos, Edward Hennesey, Lawrence Frotten, Don 
McAuliffe and Mike Nasella. The staff was: Director Jim Scott, Bill Berggren, 
Mark Donovan, Chris Gargano, Bob Mazzone, Scott Brown and Francis Fusco. 

The budget for fiscal 1979 was: 

Appropriation $10,981.58 

Money spent of appropriation $ 8,513.35 

Receipts 7/1/78 to 6/30/79 $ 848.53 

WILLIAM BOODRY, Chairman 
JAMES M. SCOTT, Director 



Report of the 
Recreation Commission 

Over the past few years, the Wakefield Recreation Commission has taken a 
leadership role in the Community in expanding and improving recreational 
opportunities for the citizens of the Town. In 1979 the Recreation Department 
provided Wakefield residents more quality leisure-time opportunities than ever 
before. As a matter of fact, Wakefield's Recreation Commission is considered to 
be one of the better municipal recreation departments in Massachusetts. 

In March of 1979 the Recreation Commission members voted as Chairman, 
Mr. George E. Koulouris and as Vice Chairman, Mr. William J. Boodry, Jr. 



42 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Roger G. Maloney was appointed as Director of Recreation and Mrs. Marjorie 
Henderson was appointed as Secretary. 

The office of the Recreation Department is located at the Americal Civic 
Center on Main Street and is open from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on April 1 to 
accommodate the increasing number of tennis and other permits. A total of 
14,700 permits were issued from April 1, 1977 to October 31, 1978. 

With the openings of the playgrounds and beaches in June, the office hours 
are extended to 5:00 p.m. 

The summer program has a staff of some 30 young people of the town, the 
majority of whom are attending college. The playground supervisors attend a 
workshop on techniques and skills of a playground instructor. During the 
summer the playgrounds continued to show an increase in new activities. Field 
trips were sponsored by the Commission. Other mini-field trips were taken by the 
individual parks to various locations. 

The very popular mini clinics again proved to be very successful. These 
included football, baseball, girls' softball, baton twirling, soccer, wrestling, 
cheerleading and track and field. 

The playgrounds also offered numerous Arts and Crafts programs. Two 
handicraft supervisors enabled each playground to have a specialized activity in 
Arts and Crafts twice a week. Many of the handicrafts were on display in the 
lobby of the Shawmut Melrose-Wakefield Bank for one week and the Lucius 
Beebe Library for one week at the end of the summer. 

The beaches were very popular this summer and attendance increased as the 
temperature rose. Identification tags were sold to residents for 50 cents and non- 
residents paid a fee of $2.00 for the season. Free swimming lessons were given 
during the nine week season. This year we added a Waterfront Director to the 
staff. The annual Long Distance Swim was held in August and a large group 
registered and most finished the swim. 

The free tennis clinic for youngsters from ages 8 through 16 was over- 
subscribed again this year. 

At the end of the summer season the annual Town Wide Picnic was held on 
the Common for all the Town's youngsters. Following the picnic, presentation of 
the awards for the playground Arts and Crafts programs were awarded, and 
Little Miss Wakefield was crowned. The afternoon ended with a puppet show and 
other fun time activities. 

Events held during the summer at the various playgrounds were field trips, 
arts and crafts, track and field events, baseball, basketball, street hockey, 
soccer, checker tournaments, frisbee contests, bean bags, volleyball, softball, 
croquet and horse shoes. Free ice cream slips were given throughout the summer 
for each week to participants for excellence in performance for the week. 

Other activities sponsored by the Recreation Commission throughout the 
year are Adult Physical Fitness classes, Town Tennis Championships, Evening 
Summer Basketball League, Concerts on the Common Bandstand, Adult Golf 
Lessons, Winter Adult Basketball League, Saturday Basketball for the 
youngsters, Men's and Women's Indoor Tennis lessons, Saturday afternoon 
movies, open gym classes at the field house, volleyball, ballroom dancing and 
elementary gymnastics. 

During 1979 more work was done on finishing the Yeuell School project, new 
bleachers for Dolbeare, Nasella; new basketball backboards installed at Nasella; 
the Common received a climbing tower and new see-saws, and Col. Connolly 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 43 

beach also received new see-saws. New water fountains were installed at Sullivan 
Park and Veterans Field. Various fencing projects were completed throughout 
the parks. Another undertaking this year was the distribution of a survey 
relative to Recreational programs and the response was exceptional. 

The main problem to plague the Recreation Department continues to be 
vandalism with damage to water fountains and fencing. Vandals set fire to all 
our rafts and sandboxes at the Vinton Street storage station. All of the parks 
experienced damage to the storage boxes and picnic tables. 

In line with offering recreation for all age groups, lighted facilities for ten 
tennis courts, four basketball courts, a softball area and an all purpose area at 
Walton Field are provided. The Recreation Commission works in close 
conjunction with many various sport groups and others in the town. In 
conjunction with working with these groups and our own programs through the 
coordination of the Public Works and School Department efforts, the 
Commission provides field maintenance and facility supervision. Most 
permitting of all town facilities is handled through the Recreation Department. 

The Director and Commission members reflect a sincere interest in providing 
the townspeople with the best Recreation service possible for what the Town can 
spend in this area. 

GEORGE E. KOULOURIS, Chairman 
WILLIAM J. BOODRY, JR., Vice Chairman 
J. FRANK ANDERSON, Commission Member 
ALFRED ROBERTO, Commission Member 
H. EDWARD WHITE, Commission Member 
ROGER G. MALONEY, Director 




Maintenance 



Report of 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Engineering Division 

Forestry & Park Division 

Cemetery Division 

Sewer Division 
Water Division 
Highway Division 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 45 

Report of the 
Board of Public Works 

The Board of Public Works began fiscal year 1980 with the unenviable task 
of " Holding- the-line" against one of the greatest problems the Town has faced in 
years — INFLATION. The very existence of the Department of Public Works 
showed a burden on the taxpayer through the inflated costs of materials, 
supplies, contractual and personnel services. The soaring costs of oil hits right in 
the heart of our department through the heating of all town buildings in our 
jurisdiction. Bituminous products used for resurfacing and patching have in the 
past five years soared from $8.00/ton to the present day cost of $25.00/ton. Salt, 
so essential in our snow removal operation, climbed from $18.00/ton to 
$25.00/ton. Town Meeting mandates saw us establish a new Fluoride Treatment 
Plant that is now in operation. The ongoing treatment of Lake Quannapowitt 
and street resurfacing done by our own forces and with State Aid monies was not 
neglected. The continuance of our Rubbish Collection, sewer connections and 
other services had to go on, and fiscal constraint had to be maintained. 

Your Board of Public Works chose a cautious approach, being careful not to 
cut into any vital areas. Efficiency was the theme dictated and slowly we began 
by reducing the number of personnel through attrition, in areas no longer 
necessary and by the use of private contractors in other areas. By the purchasing 
of new 31 c.y. packers, versus the present 20 c.y. vehicles, we will by next year be 
able to reduce our Rubbish crews from four to three. More emphasis has been 
placed on our preventive maintenance program resulting in the slower 
replacement of our vehicles and equipment. Projects that are high maintenance 
cost items, such as street sweeping and catch basin cleaning, will be let out to 
private contract. Because the town is 96% sewered and because little building 
construction is anticipated, it was determined that sewer and water connections 
will be let out to contract. In the area of snow removal, more utilization of town 
forces and equipment will be the norm during the regular working day in the 
business district, and no snow will be removed from these areas after March 
15th, unless there are extraordinary conditions. 

With this, I submit to you the proud fact that the 1980 budget of 2.6 million 

dollars represented a reduction of $100,000 over the 2.7 million dollars 

appropriated in fiscal 1979. 

This was accomplished without any severe cutbacks in services, due 

primarily to the co-operative efforts of the Board, its Director and our dedicated 

town employees. 

ALFRED S. CONF ALONE, Chairman 
WILLIAM J. BENEDETTO, Secretary 
JOSEPH ANTHONY CURLEY 
DENNIS P. HOGAN, JR. 
JAMES M. SCOTT 



46 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the Director 
of Public Works 

As required by Chapter 48 of the Acts of 1950, an act authorizing the Town 
of Wakefield to establish a Board of Public Works, I respectfully submit for your 
consideration a report of the work accomplished in 1979 and thoughts for the 
future. 

As was reported last year, the bill filed by Senator Brennan has passed the 
legislature authorizing a second connection to the M.D.C. water system (Chapter 
786 Acts of 1979) for the Town. This second connection should provide an 
adequate supply of water for the future and should stabilize the pressures on the 
west side of Town at a level slightly higher (3-5 psi) than they are at present. This 
could mean the abandonment of the Green Street Standpipe which was built in 
1883 and is near the end of its useful life. 

The Department purchased two new 31 C.Y. Refuse Trucks during this past 
year to replace the old 20 C.Y. trucks. It is anticipated that a third large truck 
>vill be purchased in 1980 which could result in economies by reducing the 
collection crews from 4 to 3 during most weeks of the year. 

The preventative maintenance program as reported last year is still 
operating successfully. Without a planned equipment replacement program to 
replace our aging fleet, it may become necessary in the future to require large 
sums of money to replace obsolete and outdated equipment. 

The "No Hire/No Fire" policy instituted by the Board two years ago has not 
yet resulted in any service cutbacks since some of the work done "in house" has 
been let out to contract. More will go to contract in the future, such as sweeping 
and catch basin cleaning, but the day-to-day maintenance programs will still 
have to be performed by Department employees so that strength of the 
Department will have to soon be stabilized. 

With the tax cap legislation and the citizen press to stabilize taxes in the face 
of double digit inflation in fuel, power, bituminous products, equipment parts 
and other fixed costs, will only result in future program curtailments. 

For details of the work accomplished this year, I refer you to the following 
reports of the Division Supervisors. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD C. BOUTIETTE, 

Director of Public Works 



ENGINEERING DIVISION 

Submitted herewith is the report of the activities of your Engineering 
Division for the year ending December 31, 1979. 
Plan Work 

Sewer, highway and drainage easement plans were prepared and filed in the 
Registry of Deeds. 



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Construction plans for sewer, sidewalk, street and drainage projects were 
prepared along with specifications and cost estimates. 

Record sewer and drainage plans were made for all work completed this year. 

Drainage and Sanitary Sewers 

Projects completed this year consisted of the design, construction plans, 
specifications, contracts and the supervision of the following projects: 

Bateman Court — sewer 

Cyrus Street and Bancroft Avenue — drain 

Crescent Street — drain 

For detailed locations see Sewer and Highway Supervisor's Report. 

Streets 

This division designed and supervised the construction of the following 
streets: 

Turnbull Avenue — in accordance with Section 19, Chapter VII of the 
General Laws. 

Central Street — acceptance as a public way. 

Linda Road — acceptance as a public way. 

Sidewalk Construction 

Prepared specifications, contract and supervised the construction of twenty 
(20) individual sidewalks in various locations. 

General 

Inspection services were provided for all subdivisions still presently under 
construction, in accordance with plans approved by the Planning Board, acting 
under the provisions of the Subdivision Control Law. 

A complete new set of Assessors maps, ink on linen, were prepared by this 
division. 

Technical assistance was provided to all town departments when requested. 

Assessments for all work accomplished under the Betterment Act were 
calculated and forwarded to the Assessor's office. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MICHAEL T. COLLINS, 

Town Engineer 



BUILDINGS DIVISION 
The major projects undertaken during 1979 were as follows: 
Civic Center: 

The roof was replaced with asphalt shingles; expanded metal grates were in- 
stalled over the interior of the windows for the protection of the glass; and a gas 
water heater was installed allowing complete boiler shut down during the milder 
months for energy conservation. The large parking area was cleaned and graded 
for expanded parking. 

Broadway Pumping Station: 

The slate roof was stripped and asphalt shingles applied to roof; the existing 
ceiling in the Pump Room was fortified and a dropped ceiling was installed which 
should effectively conserve energy in this building. 



48 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Linden Street Pumping Station: 

A new asphalt shingle roof was applied; new metal double entrance doors 

were also installed. 

Town Hall: 

The attic has been insulated. 
North Avenue Old Garage: 

One overhead door has been replaced; two new large window air conditioners 
have been installed, replacing old central system. 

In addition to the above projects, the heating systems in all buildings have been 
serviced and nozzle sizes have been reduced where possible. All buildings are in 
the process of being weathers tripped and caulked. With all the work that has 
been accomplished and will be accomplished, a substantial energy savings should 
be realized this heating season. 

The Americal Civic Center showed an income of $15,208.62. The income was 
derived from hall rentals of $6,670.50 and office and storage rentals of $8,538.12. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Public Works and CETA 
employees, all Division Heads, the Administration and Office Staff for their 
cooperation and assistance throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT L. HUBBARD, 

Buildings Manager 



FORESTRY AND PARK DIVISION 

I am pleased to inform you of the maintenance program performed by this 
Division during 1979. 

The first of the year, the Forestry section commenced its annual clearance of 
utility power lines within the general area of the West side of Wakefield and part 
of Greenwood. Approximately 771 trees were pruned during the months of 
January, February and March. 

Our planting program did not begin until late Spring-early Summer due to 
delay in our contract bidding for plant material. Many small trees were replaced 
this year due to severe winter injury. Individual requests for tree planting had 
been completed except for larger accepted public ways due to insufficient funds 
for tree stock. A total of 144 shade trees were planted during the months of May 
and June. 

The remainder of the summer months and part of the fall season, many 
requests were made by Wakefield residents concerning insect problems, pruning 
and removals. An estimated total of 378 requests were answered by this Division 
and all work performed. 

The continuing decline of sugar maples along our public ways is still evident 
by the removal of 140 shade trees by this Division and an additional 40 more by 
contract bid. 

Because of good weather conditions, the Forestry crew were able to trans- 
plant 11 large trees from our nursery to Farm Street, adjacent to the athletic 
field, for a future screening. We planted 3 shade trees on the front lawn of the 
Greenwood School and replaced 4 shade trees at the Hopkins Street and 
Prospect Street Island. With the loss of many shade trees on Main Street and 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 49 

low Common area, we have transplanted 19 large maples to beautify both the 
public way and low Common. 

The Park Section has a routine winter schedule of snow and ice work; the 
responsibility of maintenance of all tables and storage boxes belonging to the 
Recreation Commission; Spring and Summer schedule of ball diamond care; and 
grass mowing of 60 acres of parks and playgrounds with the additional 21 is- 
lands, including many roadside grass and weed cutting of many of our main road- 
ways and sidewalks leading to the public school locations. 

In conclusion, the weed problem of Quannapowitt lake has been harvested 
by mechanical method contracted to Aquatic Control Technology, Inc., 
Wayland, MA during the month of August. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT J. BELANGER, Supervisor 

Forestry and Park Division 



CEMETERY DIVISION 
Work completed by this Division included: 

Old Cemetery (Church Street) 

The grass cutting and trimming around monuments was maintained. 

Repaired and erected (3) monuments. 

Picked up and hauled away leaves. 
Forest Glade Cemetery: 

Along with our regular maintenance work, we have completed the following: 

Removed overgrown shrubs that were neglected by lot owners. 

A section approximately 42,100 square feet has been graded and seeded. 

With the aid of the Engineering Division, 850 graves were laid out. At 

present, 132 of these graves have been sold. 

The new road that was built last year was completed by putting a top 

course of 1V&" bituminous concrete. 
The following statistics are taken from the 1979 cemeter" records: 

Interments 141 

Adults 133 

Infants 8 

Foundations 65 

Respectfully submitted, 

PHILIP J. COLANTUONIO 

Supervisor 



. SEWER DIVISION 

Sewer Construction 
Cottage Street to Bateman Court — From a manhole near No. 4 Cottage 
Street 262' of 6" A.C. pipe northerly through easements to a dead end manhole 
near No. 11 Bateman Court. 



50 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Rosemary Avenue Extension — From a manhole at the intersection of 
Rosemary Avenue Extension and Ledgewood Road 543' of 8" A.C. pipe westerly 
to a dead end manhole on Rosemary Avenue Extension. 

Winship Drive — From a manhole at the intersection of Winship Drive and 
Mansion Road 625' of 8" A.C. pipe southwesterly to a dead end manhole. 

Sewer Connections made during the year 74 

Number of Connections made to date 6,460 

FRANCIS A. REED, Supervisor 

Sewer Division 



HIGHWAY DIVISION 

I hereby submit the report of work accomplished by this Division for the 
year 1979. Again this year, work has primarily been devoted to maintaining our 
existing facilities. 

Road Construction 

Central Street — From near No. 6 Central Street 535 feet to the intersection of 
Central Street and Pleasant Street. Constructed by S. Benedetto & Sons, 
Wakefield, Massachusetts — Public Way. 

Linda Road — From the intersection of Linda Road and North Avenue 650 feet 
to near No. 22 Linda Road. Constructed by Pecora Contracting Co., Inc., 
Woburn, Massachusetts — Public Way. 

Turnbull Avenue — From the intersection of Turnbull Avenue and Emerald 
Street 610 feet to the intersection of Turnbull Avenue and Salem Street. 
Constructed by S. Benedetto & Sons, Wakefield, Massachusetts — Private Way. 

Sub-Divisions 

Rosemary Avenue — From the intersection of Rosemary Avenue and Water 

Street 900 feet to near No. 18 Rosemary Avenue. Constructed by Anjim Realty 

Trust, Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

Roosevelt Road — From the intersection of Roosevelt Road and Benedetto 

Circle 365 feet to near the intersection of Roosevelt Road and Orsini Drive. 

Constructed by John Luciani, Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

Orsini Drive — From the intersection of Orsini Drive and Roosevelt Road 214 

feet to near No. 6 Orsini Drive. Constructed by John Luciani, Wakefield. 

Massachusetts. 

Mansion Road — From the intersection of Mansion Road and Jordan Avenue 

721 feet to a Cul de Sac constructed by Mansion Hill Estates, Inc., Saugus, 

Massachusetts. 

Sesame Street — From the intersection of Sesame Street and Vernon Street 520 
feet to the intersection of Sesame Street and Mansfield Drive Extension. 
Constructed by LaCasa Builders, Inc., Tewksbury, Massachusetts. 

Confalone Circle — From the intersection of Confalone Circle and Sycamore 

Road 365 feet to a Cul de Sac. Constructed by Joseph Confalone, North Reading, 

Massachusetts. 

Drainage Construction 

Cyrus Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Cyrus Street and Water 

Street 468 feet of 12" R.C. pipe to a manhole at the intersection of Cyrus Street 

and Bancroft Avenue — 3 Catch Basins. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 51 

Bancroft Avenue — From a manhole at the intersection of Bancroft Avenue and 
Cyrus Street 170 feet of 12" R.C. pipe to a catch basin near No. 16 Bancroft 
Avenue — 3 Catch Basins. 

Crescent Street — From a catch basin at the intersection of Crescent Street and 
Eaton Street a distance of 179 feet of 12" R.C. pipe to a catch basin, thence 46 
feet of 12" R.C. pipe to a dead end catch basin on the Lincoln School Property — 
2 Catch Basins. 

Emerald Street — From a manhole at the intersection of Emerald Street and 
Vernon Street a distance of 201 feet of 15" R.C. pipe to a manhole at the 
intersection of Emerald Street and Turnbull Avenue. 

Individual Granite Curb and Sidewalk Contruction 

Bituminous Concrete Walks and Granite Curb: 

No. 80 Elm Street No. 86 Elm Street 

No. 82 Elm Street No. 88 Elm Street 

No. 84 Elm Street No. 62 Chestnut Street 

No. 128 Salem Street 

Concrete Walks and Granite Curb: 

No. 15 Parker Road No. 29 Byron Street 

No. 16 Hanson Street No. 88 Gould Street 

No. 43 Melvin Street No. 19 Byron Street 

No. 15 Overtake Road 

Granite Curb: 

No. 128 Greenwood Street No. 38 Jordan Avenue 

No. 9 Byron Street No. 109 Butler Avenue 

Concrete Sidewalk: 

No. 33 Eustis Avenue 
No. 14 Bancroft Avenue 

Constructed by A & P Construction Co., Inc., Brighton, Massachusetts. 
Sweeping Streets 

The business section was swept four times each week (weather permitting) 
and all other streets were swept in the Spring and Fall and re-swept as often as 
necessary. 

Traffic Lines 

The following work was completed by contract, under supervision of the 
Town: 

130,000 lineal feet center and guide lines 

2,000 lineal feet stop lines 
20,000 lineal feet parking lines 
13,200 lineal feet crosswalk lines 
90 letters 
10 traffic circles 
Patching 

All permanent patching of water and sewer trenches is the responsibility of/ 
the Highway Division and in 1979 we completed all the previous year's trenches', 
plus 100% of the 1979 trenches. 

Refuse Collection 

During the calendar year 1979, 10,738.88 tons of refuse was delivered to the 
RESCO Resource Recovery Plant in Saugus for disposal, an increase of 27i>. 88 



52 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

tons over last year. White Goods were picked up by appointment on a monthly 
basis instead of the annual collection. Unit cost of disposal was $14.82 per ton. 

Street Maintenance 

The following streets were treated with a rubberized asphalt crack filling 
process applied by contract with Sealcoating, Inc. under Town supervision: 
Farm Street, Nahant Street, Main Street, North Avenue and Prospect Street. 

Chip Sealing application was completed by Able-Ahern, Contractors, under 
Town supervision to the following street: Elm Street, Western Avenue, Outlook 
Road, Strathmore Road, Sheffield Road, Line Road, Central Street, Vinton 
Street, Town Pit (Access Road), Oak Avenue, Evergreen Street and Friend 
Street. Preparation and patching of these streets was done by Highway 
personnel. 

Bituminous Concrete resurfacing was completed by contractual work 
performed by Sarao Bros., Inc. on the following streets: Maple Street and Oak 
Street and also the top course at the Forest Glade Cemetery. 

Main Street, from Green Street to Oak Street, was paved with Bituminous 
Concrete under Chapter 90 by Sarao Bros., Inc. A new process, cold planing, was 
used on this project. Two and one-half inches of existing pavement was planed 
and recycled. This reclaimed material was utilized to pave Vinton Street and the 
access road to the Nahant Street gravel pit. 

One hundred seventy-two (172) catch basins, manholes and drain manholes 
were adjusted to grade in conjunction with all surface treatment. Sections of the 
following streets were patched with the Infra-Red Hot Patch process: Main 
Street, Butler Avenue and Farm Street. The above work was performed 
contractually by E.B. Rotondi Co., Inc. of Winchester, Massachusetts. 

Approximately 3,000 manholes and catch basins in the drainage system were 
cleaned this year. Numerous catch basins in low areas were cleaned twice. 

Cemetery 

Final grading and seeding was accomplished on an area consisting of 1,000 
new gravesites at Forest Glade Cemetery. 

Drainage Maintenance 

Approximately 3,500 lineal feet of open brooks were cleaned of debris and 
widened by Department personnel. All major culverts were also cleaned and 
maintained. 

The S. Benedetto & Sons Construction Company dug and widened 2,000 
lineal feet of the brook that runs from Wakefield High School athletic field to 
Farm Street. This same company also cleaned a culvert under railroad tracks at 
North Avenue to Emerson Street. 

Department personnel dug and widened 3,500 lineal feet of brooks on 
Harrison Avenue, Strong's Meadow, Albion Street and Foundry Street. 

Forty-six manholes and catch basins were repaired on various streets. 

Eleven new manholes and catch basins were also constructed. 

We have estimated a total of 720 requests were answered by this Division 
and all work performed. These requests included berm installation and repair, 
signs, sidewalk, street and drain maintenance. 

Winter Schedule 

The Department's winter schedule consists primarily of jobs relating to 
snow and ice control. Approximately eighty (80) sand barrels are placed at areas 
where icing may exist on the pavement. The barrels are maintained and filled 
with sand during the winter season. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 53 

Snow fence was installed and maintained at the lower common and at the 
head of the lake on Main Street. 

Catch basins, culverts and brooks are cleaned to alleviate the possibility of 
flooding in early spring. 

All personnel and equipment are involved in sanding, plowing and snow 
removal operations during the winter season. 

In excess of 1,000 yards of loam were realized from the process of shredding 
the leaf mulch and mixing with sand from street sweeping. This is accomplished 
in early spring at the leaf disposal area. 

In closing my report, I would like to thank all Public Works employees, all 
Division heads and our office staff for their cooperation and assistance 
throughout the year of 1979. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RALPH P. DeCECCA, Supervisor 



WATER DIVISION 

Water Main Extension 

Rosemary Avenue Extension — 660 feet of 8" ductile pipe from the in- 
tersection of Rosemary Avenue Extension and Ledgewood Road to the in- 
tersection of Rosemary Avenue Extension and Roosevelt Road. 

Winship Drive — 565 feet of 8" ductile pipe from the intersection of Winship 
Drive and Mansion Road to a dead end at the Cul de Sac. 

New Hydrants (9) 

Colonial Inn Pleasure Island Road 2 

Robie Industrial Site 134 Water Street 2 

Winship Drive 1 

Rosemary Avenue Extension 2 

Roosevelt Road 2 

New Services (50) 
By Contractor 50 

Services Relaid during year 19 

Distribution System 

Total number of miles of pipe now in use 83.77 

Number of hydrants in service 620 

Range of pressure on mains 20 pounds to 1 10 pounds. 

Number of service taps now in use 7,466 

Percentage of active services metered 99.7% 
During the year 750 pounds of copper sulphate was applied to Crystal Lake. 

FRANCIS A. REED, Supervisor 

Water Division 



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EDUCATION! 




Report of 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

School Superintendent 

LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Library Trustees 
Library Director 



56 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of School Committee 



Reorganization 

Mr. John B. Encarnacao, Chairman 
15 Walton Street 

Mr. H. Steven Welford, Jr., Secretary 

23 Greenwood Avenue 
Mr. David P. Cicciarella 

1187 Main Street 
Mr. Philip McCarty 

37 Strathmore Road 
Mrs. Janice Poritzky 

1 Woodcrest Drive 

Mr. Louis Racca 

62 Pa on Boulevard 
Mr. Louis Sardella 

8 Kennedy Circle 



1979 



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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

The School Committee warmly welcomed Janice Poritzky, reelected to a 
second three year term, David Cicciarella to a three year term and Philip Mc- 
Carty to a two year term. Mr. McCarty formerly served as the Chairman of the 
Committee of Forty. Deep appreciation for dedicated service was extended to 
retiring members Richard Wood, who served on the Committee for three years, 
and William Kenney, who served for seven years. 

One of the most difficult issues facing the Committee this past year was the 
closing of the Lincoln School. Declining enrollments and economic constraints in- 
fluenced the school closing which was conducted in a most orderly procedure, the 
result of sincerity, understanding and cooperation of the parents, teachers and 
the school administration. The Committee continues to be faced with the 
problem of declining enrollments and limited resources. The high cost of fuel, 
electricity and materials has required the Committee to spend additional hours in 
a great deal of subcommittee work to continue a quality educational program at 
the lowest cost to the town. 

The School Committee organized the Utilization and Maintenance of Schools 
Subcommittee to continue the work of the Committee of Forty. The Chairman of 
the committee is Warren Magoon. Leading the subcommittee to study and 
devise a five year preventative maintenance plan for the School Department is 
Laszilo Fleischer whose committee made on site in-depth studies of all of the 
schools in Wakefield this past summer. The School Committee is currently 
studying the resulting recommendations. 

Completing uniform instruction and a curriculum of high quality throughout 
the elementary system continued to be a goal of the School Committee this year 
including planning for basic skills instruction, testing and career information 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 57 

throughout the system, Kindergarten through grade twelve. At the high school 
level, increased vocational educational offerings are now available to more 
students in order that they have salable skills when they leave school. 

The School Committee would like to recognize the citizens' advisory com- 
mittees for their accomplishments and contributions toward improving the ef- 
fectiveness of the Wakefield School System. Our sincere gratitude is extended to 
the members and chairpersons of the following committees: Committee of Forty; 
Citizens' Advisory Committee to Elect the Guidance Director; Guidance Ad- 
visory Committee; Health Education Advisory Committee; Utilization and 
Maintenance of School Facilities; Citizens' Advisory Committee for Special 
Education; Federal Project Advisory Committee; Title I Parent Advisory Coun- 
cil; Above Average Ability Advisory Committee; Energy Conservation Ad- 
visory Committee and the Executive Council of P.T.O. Presidents. 

The Committee wishes to extend its best wishes for healthy, active 
retirements to the following: Richard Smith, Constance Doyle, Robert Carmilia, 
Mary Ryder, Margaret Douglass, Ray Sipola, Martha Allman and Rayna Mc- 
Cullough. The Committee was very much saddened by the deaths of highly 
respected and beloved staff members Frank Favorat, Social Studies Teacher, 
Wakefield High School and Robert Palumbo, elementary principal, Franklin- 
Woodville District. 

In conclusion the Chairman wishes to express his personal appreciation to 
each member of the Committee for his and her support, cooperation, dedication 
and service during a period of intense problem solving and decision making. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN B. ENCARNACAO 

Chairman 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
TO THE WAKEFIELD SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

The School Committee continued to involve Wakefield Citizens in the 
solutions to the complex problems of educational policy making. The Committee 
of Forty, an advisory group of Wakefield residents studied, held open hearings 
and advised the School Administration regarding declining enrollments, 
educational quality and efficient utilization of school facilities. The closing of the 
Lincoln School in June dramatically demonstrated the significant level of 
elementary student reduction. It is predicted that the decline of elementary 
student enrollment will continue through 1985 with secondary enrollments 
declining through 1990. The Utilization and Maintenance of School Facilities 
continues to study these issues. 

Within the context of less students and increased costs for goods and ser- 
vices, the school administration focused on the Committee's chief objective of 
providing quality education at the lowest cost to the town. To meet the School 
Committee's goal of establishing high quality educational programs offered 
uniformly throughout the elementary schools, the administration and staff 
recommended the Laidlaw spelling program which was selected by a committee 
of teachers and administrators. This new program is the fourth in a series of 
educational choices designed to organize the elementary level around quality 
systems consistent throughout the school districts. A group of teachers and ad- 



58 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

ministrators are now studying social studies programs in order to advise the 
Superintendent on revisions, deletions and additions needed at the elementary 
level. The administration will soon present the Committee with a recom- 
mendation to adopt a new elementary social studies curriculum. Basic skills 
learning is the subject of elementary and secondary committees which include 
teachers, administrators and parents. A comprehensive instruction and testing 
program in basic skills will soon be recommended to the School Committee. 

The Atwell School became the host site for the Wakefield Public School's 
program for students with above average ability. The classes are designed to 
assist the approximately eighty students in grades four, five and six in the 
development of thinking and reasoning skills. The students identified through a 
combination of standardized test results and teacher rating attend this class one 
day per week. 

To give support to the health education guidelines that were established for 
all elementary teachers last year, a citizens' health advisory committee has been 
established. The objective of the committee is to recommend to the ad- 
ministration and the School Committee a comprehensive health education 
program and curriculum for grades Kindergarten through high school. 

Elementary report cards for the primary grades were revised in order to com- 
municate more information to parents. The grade three report card is currently 
under revision. 

One of the more than $300,000 in grants that came to the Wakefield Public 
Schools supported nutrition education. Wakefield's nutrition education program 
at the elementary level was expanded. The program focuses on personal and 
family decisions that are necessary in order to maintain healthful nutrition. 
Sound nutrition information early in life will help establish intelligent eating pat- 
terns and serve as a good foundation for life long health. 

At Wakefield Junior High School the seventh grade students are now 
grouped in teams similar to the Atwell School organization. Three teaching 
teams handle the core curriculum for grade seven students, each handling ap- 
proximately one-third of the class. This school within a school approach is 
designed in part to offer the advantages which come to students in a smaller 
school with a more personal atomsphere, while not losing the program benefit 
which a larger school is able to afford. 

The Wakefield Junior High reading program has been extended to include 
more students. Approximately one hundred and forty additional students now 
have a developmental reading program which they did not have in the past. The 
current goal is to offer reading to all junior high students so that from grades 
Kindergarten through eight there will be a formal reading program for all stu- 
dents. Also planned for next year is a class in career education for each seventh 
and eighth grade student in addition to the current group guidance program. The 
Special Education Program has been consolidated. Three teachers and an aide in 
one suite of rooms offer tutoring and special assistance. Junior High students 
may move from the special services to their core subject areas and return to com- 
plete their core evaluation prescriptions. 

At Wakefield High School college bound students in the advanced placement 
programs received scores well above the national average on the advanced 
placement examinations conducted nationwide. Scholastic Aptitude and College 
Achievement Tests were also higher than state and national averages. Federal 
grants continue to assist the Wakefield School Department in expanding oc- 
cupational education offerings. A new food service program was instituted this 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 59 

past year. It is being conducted in the home economics section of Wakefield 
High. Students who finish the course should be able to move into entry level jobs 
in restaurant and food related industries. The School Committee's goal has been 
to establish one vocational education program per year as grants become 
available. 

In order to reduce the number of students at the high school level who are 
recommended to attend special private schools, an alternative school program 
started in October. In this program, each student has an individualized schedule 
which is supervised by a teacher and an aide. Students move from the regular 
classroom instruction sites to the alternative school site to fulfill individualized 
educational and emotional needs. 

The Wakefield High School Symphony Orchestra under the supervision of 
Music Director, Richard E. Laman, returned from the Massachusetts In- 
strumental Conductors' Association competition festival April 7, 1979 with the 
Class A Orchestra First Place Trophy for the second consecutive year. The 
choral and instrumental groups joined to present Gabriel Faure's masterpiece, 
Requiem. The concert also marked the first attempt by the Music Department to 
include talent from within the adult community. Miss Eleanor Babikian is the 
supervisor of choral music at Wakefield High School. The Wakefield Music 
Boosters Association was active throughout the school year helping students 
and faculty with the Marching Band program, raising funds for music scholar- 
ships and providing recognition for talented and dedicated music students 
systemwide. The organization's support for the local program allows the Music 
Department to attain high levels of achievement and provide learning ex- 
periences that go beyond the regular provisions of the fiscal budget. 

The 1979 graduates of Wakefield High School left with a variety of ob- 
jectives. The following data is a summary of the class disposition: 

1978 1979 





No. 


Pet. 


No. 


Pet. 


State Colleges (4 years) 


80 


21.3 


68 


16.2 


Independent Colleges (4 years) 


64 


17.0 


90 


21.3 


Community Colleges (2 years) 


26 


6.9 


48 


11.4 


Independent Junior Colleges (2 years) 


13 


3.4 


12 


2.9 


Nurses Training 


4 


1.1 


13 


3.1 


Other Post Secondary 


36 


9.5 


46 


10.9 


Military 


13 


3.4 


11 


2.6 


Work " 


105 


27.9 


99 


23.5 


Other and Uncertain 


36 


9.5 


34 


8.1 



377 100.0 421 100.0 



SCHOOL PLANT MANAGEMENT 

The adoption of a systemwide energy conservation policy was the result of 
study recommendations made by teachers, administrators and custodial staff 
workers. Within the policy, thermostats at the elementary level are set at sixty 
eight degrees and sixty five degrees in the secondary schools. 

One of the capital improvements made during the year was the installation 
of a new boiler at Dolbeare School. This boiler will be used as the lead boiler and 
the older unit will be placed on a standby basis. Another heating project was the 
replacement of heating trap units at the Montrose School. 



60 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

A start has been made in replacing some of the older roofs. Two schools, the 
Walton and Dolbeare have completely new roofs with added insulation included 
as part of the School Department's energy conservation program. At the 
Franklin and Greenwood Schools insulation was placed in the attic crawl spaces. 
It is expected that the cost of this project will be recovered in savings on the 
amount of heating oil being used to heat the buildings in the next few years. 

Another step in the energy conservation program was taken when all of the 
incandescent lights at the Walton and Dolbeare schools were replaced with 
fluorescent fixtures. The four rooms in the newer section of the Montrose School 
were also changed to fluorescent lighting. The front stage curtain on the stage at 
the Wakefield Junior High School was replaced during the summer. 

A new modern fire alarm and fire detection system was installed at the 
Dolbeare School. At the Greenwood School new toilet partitions and plumbing 
fixtures were replaced in the girls' toilet room. New window drapes were located 
in four classrooms at the Walton School. All of the classrooms at this school now 
have new drapes. During the summer the Lincoln School was closed and the 
equipment and fixtures that were of use to the Wakefield School Department 
were salvaged. 

DR. STEPHEN F. MAIO 

Superintendent of Schools 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



61 







1979 








FINANCIAL REPORT 








WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 






Total 


Elementary 


Jr. High 


High School 


Administration 










School Committee 










Salary - Clerk 


$ 1,200.00 








Other Expense 


15,617.14 








Superintendent's Office 










Salaries 


208,704.25 








Other Expense 


13,011.02 








Instruction 










Supervisors 










Salaries 


106,824.06 


42,856.44 


24,712.28 


39,255.34 


Other Expense 


3,192.59 


1,032.24 


853.52 


1,306.83 


Principals 










Salaries 


528,765.12 


240,474.82 


79,121.82 


209,170.48 


Other Expense 


28,766.86 


6,469.59 


4,241.76 


18,055.51 


Teaching 










Salaries 


5,174,019.95 


2,230,841.47 


881,871.56 


2,061,306.92 


Other Expense 


216,681.80 


50,904.16 


22,434.40 


143,343.24 


Textbooks 


138,178.98 


80,374.55 


13,123.09 


44,681.34 


Library Services 










Salaries 


112,861.04 


52,627.51 


23,623.73 


36,609.80 


Other Expense 


29,357.07 


12,708.43 


6,576.24 


10,172.40 


Audio Visual 


16,484.13 


3,418.73 


3,773.66 


9,291.74 


Guidance Service 










Salaries 


353,391.63 


60,476.52 


96,911.47 


196,003.64 


Other Expense 


9,075.80 


5,561.15 


1,394.66 


2,119.99 


Psychological Services 










Salaries 


43,458.76 


21,729.39 


10,864.69 


10,864.68 


Other Expense 


1,763.13 


1,120.45 


294.45 


348.23 


Other School Services 










Attendance 










Salaries 


14,175.20 








Other Expense 


993.75 








Health 










Salaries 


61,872.00 








Other Expense 


12,621.32 








Pupil Transportation 










Salaries 


25,706.88 








Other Expense 


269,431.55 








Food Service 










Salaries 


14,974.00 








Operation & Maintenance 








Operation of Plant 


3,206.44 








Custodial Salaries 


511,059.22 


194,280.44 


131,799.50 


184,979.28 


Other Expense 


32,813.40 


13,366.13 


6,870.87 


12,576.40 


Heating of Buildings 


152,285.86 


75,082.39 


36,372.19 


40,831.28 


Utility Services 


156,981.80 


44,371.58 


32,183.94 


80,426.28 



62 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Maintenance of Plant 3,336.85 

Salaries 71,371.77 

Grounds 13,770.70 

Other Expense 89,059.61 60,016.94 

Maintenance of Equipment 29,280.92 4,393.81 

Fixed Charges 390.00 

Tuition 210,873.43 

Trade Schools 24,774.50 

Out of State Travel 3,600.00 

Adult Education 3,450.00 

Capital Outlay 86,815.81 
Summer Schools 

Salaries 27,790.49 13,373.99 

TOTALS 



10,672.65 
10,323.64 



8,909.25 



18,370.02 
14,563.47 



5,507.25 



$8,821,988.83 $3,215,478.73 $1,406,929.37 $3,139,684.12 



PUBLIC LAW 874 

Balance July 1, 1978 $110,186.17 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 127,209.92 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 

PUBLIC LAW 89-10 TITLE I 

Balance July 1,1978 $ 2,641.76 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 68,301.00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 

PUBLIC LAW 93-380 TITLE I VB 

Balance July 1,1978 $ 5,323.14 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 22,157.06 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 

METCO PROGRAM 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 6,555.00 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 39,542.00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 

PUBLIC LAW 94-142 ADMINISTRATION 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 777.89 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 20,031.28 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 

PUBLIC LAW 94-142 PROJECT EXPEDITION 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 1,560.13 

Receipts July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 14,294.57 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 



$237,396.09 

86,815.81 

$150,580.28 



$ 70,942.76 
59,306.00 

$ 11,636.76 



$ 27,480.00 
17,899.44 

$ 9,580.76 



$ 46,097.00 
36,942.00 

$ 9,155.00 



$ 20,809.17 
19,003.00 

$ 1,806.17 



$ 15,854.70 
8,704.79 

$ 7,149.91 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 63 

PUBLIC LAW 94 142 IMPROVING DISTRICT SERVICES 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 41,975.00 $ 4197500 

Expenditures July 1 , 1978 - June 30, 1979 37,543.57 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 4,431.43 

PUBLIC LAW 94-482 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 
Balance July 1, 1978 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 12,484.00 $ 12,484.00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 10,484.85 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 1,999.15 

PUBLIC LAW 94-482 INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
Balance July 1, 1978 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 19,179.00 $ 19179.00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 9,477.20 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 9,701.80 

PUBLIC LAW 94-482 VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 3,715.00 $ 3 7 i 5 00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 2,396.97 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 1,318.03 

PUBLIC LAW 94-482 NUTRITION EDUCATION 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 3,338.00 $ 3 338 00 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 1,194.89 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 2,143.11 

PUBLIC LAW 95 166 NUTRITION EDUCATION & TRAINING 

Balance July 1, 1978 $ 



Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 5,000.00 



5,000.00 



Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 383.50 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 4,616.50 

ADULT EDUCATION REGISTRATION FEES 
Balance July 1, 1978 $15,608.11 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 6,414.00 $ 2 2 022 11 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 9,400.29 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 12,621.82 

REPLACE SUPPLIES 
Balance July 1, 1978 $12,318.23 

Receipts July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 32,318.33 $ 44 636 56 

Expenditures July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1979 10,704.15 

Balance on hand June 30, 1979 $ 33,932.41 



64 



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REVENUES 

JULY 1, 1978 - JUNE 30, 1979 

P.L. 874 Aid to Impacted Areas 

P.L. 89-10 Title I Low Income Families 

P.L. 93-380 Title IVB Library Learning Resources 

P.L. 94-142 Title VIB 

P.L. 94-482 Occupational Education 

P.L. 95-166 Nutrition 

School Construction Chapter 645 
Metco Program Chapter 76 
Pupil Transportation Chapter 71 
Special Ed. Transportation Chapter 71 A 
School Aid Chapter 70 

Woodworking 

Tuitions — Other Cities and Towns 

Tuitions — Summer Schools 

Adult Education Registration Fees 

Rental Fees 

Miscellaneous 



$ 127,210.00 
68,301.00 
22,157.00 
76,301.00 
38,716.00 
5,000.00 

1,193,393.00 
39,542.00 
83,475.00 
15,098.00 

2,103,839.00 

1,945.00 
3,541.00 
16,395.00 
6,414.00 
1,790.00 
3,734.00 

$3,806,851.00 



PL 874 EXPENSES 

JULY 1, 1978 - JUNE 30, 1979 
Description 
Black Binders 
Survey and Preparation of Boiler Replacement 

Warren School 
Control Chart 
Computer Services 
Payment Lease Agreement IBM 5110 
Bronze Label Holders 
Emerson Air Conditioner 
Music Stands 
Electronic Unit 
Mimeograph Machine 
Seeding at Walton Playground 
Shelving - Franklin School 
Carpeting 

Computer Parts IBM 5110 
Typewriters 

Installation Fire Detection System 
Electric Range 

Boiler Inspection — Comm. of Mass. 
Draperies 
Blazer — Choral 
Jafro Basketball Wall 
Calculators 



Amount 
5 2,557.49 

350.00 

463.96 

1,474.00 

7,045.00 

278.00 

217.00 

174.00 

452.40 

1,700.00 

7,340.00 

711.70 

707.20 

1,235.10 

15,904.00 

400.50 

219.88 

15.00 

1,886.00 

4,272.00 

196.00 

1,312.92 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



65 



Bus 

Legal Size Files 

Typewriter Platform 

Gymnastic Equipment 

Musical Instruments 

Chain Link Fence — Walton School 

Sewing Machines 

Steam Boiler — Warren School 

Equipment for Science Department 

Electrical Equipment 

TOTAL 



$12,590.00 

659.90 

97.00 

1,758.47 

4,660.80 

200.00 

899.88 

9,934.00 

6,091.39 

1,012.22 

$86,815.81 




66 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



SCHOOLS 



Public 



Ki.nde.fiQa/ite.ni, 



Tnititutiom 



St. Joseph's 



CENSUS REPORT 
Octobet 1, 1919 



Undefi 5 



5 - 7 



7 - 14 



G 



G 



14-16 Ovet 16 

! G B G 



Total GRAW 
G TOTAL 



5 6 205 25? 7339 ??7Q 538 580 193 111 2280 2184 4464 

"0 '03 3 7?3 103 216 



32 27 41 53 



Haza/ieth Academy 



Pfuvate Schools 



Tn.ade Schools 



Home Students 



TOTAL 



1 li 



13 72 10 29 



1?} 



56 16 23 22 82 



"* "2 24/ 279 1401 1231 666 638 250 214 2682 241 



7 



II 161 



39 39 



30 151 



38 120 



5162 



AGE AND GRADE CHARi 



October 1, 19 79 



GRADE 


SEX 


AGE 
3 


1* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


1 

110 


11 


12 


13 


Ik 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


i' : ; : 


Special 


B 
G 








1 


1 


1 


3 


1 2 
3 


2 


1 




1 
1 


1 
3 


2 


1 

1 


1 
1 




2 
2 


1 
2 


15 
18 


Pre-Schooi 


5 




1 
2 


4 


1 
1 












1 


















6 
3 


Kindergarten 


B 
G 




4 


74 

88 


43 
38 




i 




j 






















121 
130 


1 


B 
G 






6 
14 


68 
95 


49 
27 


, 


























123 
138 


2 


B 






8 

14 


108 

117 


1 39 
I 25 


1 


| ; 
















156 
156 


3 


B 






■ 


23 
31 


| 109 
87 


25 


3 

l 




i 
















170 

145 


u 


G 


1 








' 14 
28 


128 
104 


4112 
22 1 1 




1 

| 
















1S5 

155 


■5 


B 
G 












18 
31 


119 40 
103 , 16 


1 ! 
1 


i 














178 
151 


6 


B 

G 
















4 102 
1 114 


84 i 

49 ! 


6 ! 














196 
164 


7 


B 

G 










i ' 


j 21 
i " 


157 ; 
121 1 


21 . 2 

2 | 1 
















201 
161 


8 


B 
G 




! 








| 


29 a 

30 p 


60 1 28 
50 1 17 


3 

1 


1 










221 
198 


<5 


B 
G 




i j 








1 


2 1 


19 140 
35 JL30 


23" 

12 


| 










182 
179 


10 


G 




! i ! 


! 26 | 
i j 1 " 1 | 33 ■ 


L31 

L37 


1? | 
13 | 


" ■ 


1 


1 175 
183 


11 


B 

Q 


i 




! ; ! 1 1 | 


24 f 
44 


117 

L47 


12 
9 


4 1 
1 | 




\ 158 

201 


12 


B 
G 






j 




! 1" i i 

I ! 


22 
40 


153 
149 


16 
10 


1 
1 


1 


1 193 

202 


Post Grad. 


B 

G 














i i j 1 i 

III!! 












| 


Total EOYS 






5 


84 


121 


181 


1 
163 


182 


169 | 165 i 


273 i 


206 


197 | 


182 


159 


166 


21 


l 


3 


2 


2280 


Total GIRLS 






6 


102 


149 


175 


142 


163 


130 1 170 


203 i 


187 


182 i 


198 


200 


159 


1? 


l 


3 


■) 


7184 


TOTAL 


I 


11 


186 


270 


356 


305 


345 


299 


335 1 


476 1 


393 


379 1 


380 1 


359 1 


325 


33 


2 


6 1 


4 


4464 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



67 



Ray Abbott 
Varoujan Abkarian 
Joseph P. Aglio, Jr. 
Peter Arnold Ahlquist 
Marie L. Allard 
Jeffrey S. Aloi 
John Altieri 
Brett Amico 
Teri Ellen Amyouny 
Gaetano Analetto 
Stephen M. Anderson 
Sue Beth Anderson 
Carol Jean Anthony 
Carla Armstrong 
Philip Douglas Askenazy 
Mark A. Aston 
Julie Ann Auditore 
Edward J. Austin 
Lauri Jean Bachelder 
Thomas F. Bagarella 
Lori Bailey 
Douglas Bajgot 
Rita-Ellen T. Balzotti 
Suzie Nancy Barberian 
Alan M. Barnard 
Robert Michael Barthelmes 
Catherine M. Bartlett 
Lori-Ann Beane 
Cheryl Ann Beaulieu 
Jennifer Ann Beaven 
Stephanie Ann Bedell 
Katharine J. Bell 
Paula Lisa Benedetto 
David Anthony Bettano 
Francis P. Blasi Jr. 
William E. Bloom Jr. 
Janet Elisabeth Bonner 
Judith Ann Boutiette 
Bonnie Louise Bowers 
Laura A. Bowman 
Mark S. Brackley 
John Brady 
John C. Bray 
David A. Brennan 
David P. Brown 
Michael S. Brownson 
Paul Edward Bruce 
Kathy M. Bryant 
Christine Mary Buonopane 
Sandra L. Burbine 
Daniel Mark Burke 



WAKEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 

Wakefield, Massachusetts 

CLASS OF 1979 

Darlene Marie Burns 



Nancy Elizabeth Burns 

Barbara Anne Bushee 

John E. Butler 

Martha C. Byrne 

Robert Daryl Caouette 

Roberta Ann Cardillo 

Joanne E. Carey 

Bibianne Caron 

Michael B. Carpe 

Kevin D. Carpenter 

Salvatore Caruso III 

Cynthia Jean Casazza 

Christine Marie Cassidy 

Robert S. Castracane 

Anita Marie Cecere 

Brenda Anne Cerullo 

Patricia Lynn Chapman 

Janet Leigh Chatham 

Raymond O. Christopher 

Laura Dawn Cicia 

Therese Anne Cinq-Mars 

C. Greg Classen 

Linda A. Commito 

Michael Joseph Comperchio 

Alfred Charles Confalone 

Lisa Mary Confalone 

Anne E. Connelly 

Richard F. Coogan 

Joyce Elaine Cook 

Harvey J. Copenhaver Jr. 

Diana L. Corradino 

Doreen Correia 

Joseph Michael Coscia Jr. 

Gerard Cote 

Michael Frances Xavier Courtenay 

Marie Bernadette Cresta 

Mario J. Cresta 

Sheila Eileen Cronan 

Sheila Marie Crusco 

John J. Cryan Jr. 

Deborah Lee Cubitoso 

Timothy Patrick Curran 

Sharon Marie Curreri 

Christina M. Czarniawski 

Eric P. Czarnota 

Michael Dalton 

Marvanne Darcy 

Patricia Anne Day 

Patricia Ann Dean 

Carol A. DeFeo 



68 



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Jean M. DeFeo 

James Richard deGaravilla 

Janine Louise DeGusto 

Mary Veronica Delory 

Theresa Josephine DeLuca 

James DePaolo Jr. 

Ellen Devine 

Michael Devlin 

Bruce R. Dickey 

Dennis Paul DiGiovanni 

Susan M.Dili 

Carl A. DiPietro 

Michael R. DiStaula 

Cynthia Lee Doane 

Cathy Doherty 

Charles W. Donaldson 

Dean John Doucette 

Denise Marie Doucette 

John Douglas Downey 

Elaine Marie Ducey 

Arthur J. Dumont 

Debra Ann Dumont 

Roberta Ann Duncan 

Andrea Ellis 

Domenic Encarnacao 

Thomas L. Eno 

John Erickson 

Karen Elizabeth Estle 

Christopher E. Fahey 

Ann Louise Falite 

Mark Thomas Fallica 

Rhonda Lee Fazio 

Paul J. Fecteau 

David L. Ferro 

James R. Feudo 

Mark Joseph Finkelstein 

Edward F. Fitzgerald 

James A. Fitzgerald Jr. 

Deborah L. Flanagan 

Marion Fleming 

Susan B. Flynn 

Patricia M. Fogarty 

Maureen Patrice Foley 

Caryl J. Forte 

Edith S. Foss 

Cheryl Marie Fotino 

Denice Marie Fougere 

Earl Freeman 

Salvatore Frezza 

Stephanie G. Friedman 

Ann Marie Furrier 

Francis Stephen Gallahue Jr. 

Susan Beth Gallant 



Ann Gallugi 

Linda Marie Gelsomini 

Paul L. Geraci 

Diane Bernadette Gilpatrick 

Christian A. Gmelch 

John Gonnella 

Susan G. Gonnella 

Deborah Ann Goodell 

Deborah L. Gordon 

Steven Joseph Gordon 

Julianne Gorham 

Raymond B. Goyette 

Mary Anne Grazewski 

Andrea Louise Green 

David A. Green 

John Michael Green 

Nancy E. Green 

Cynthia J. Guay 

Charles M. Gudewich 

James David Guilford 

John Henry Guilford 

Michael Gary Guttadauro 

Lester G. Hakey 

Patricia Jean Haladay 

Sheril Halvorsen 

Paula Jean Harrington 

Katherine Hartman 

Joe Hartshorne 

Joseph William Hayes 

Barbara Marie Hegarty 

Susan R. Helm 

Richard Hemeon 

Brian Henderson 

Lisa Marie Hinds 

Michael D. Hinds 

Kevin F. Horrigan 

Monica Ann House 

Cheryl Ann Hughes 

Daniel Hulse 

Susan Hunter 

Paul Joseph Hurton 

Marcia A. Hylan 

Karen Ann Izzett 

Leslie Ann Jabor 

Denise Anne Therese Jacquard 

Rafi Jamijian 

Sandra L. Jenkins 

John Francis Jennings 

Barry C. Jensen Jr. 

Sharon Joyce Jesse 

Jayne Marie Johnson 

Donna L. Johnston 

Celia Evelyn Joly 






168th ANNUAL REPORT 



69 



Robert R. Jones 
Louise Jane Jordan 
Eileen Joanne Keegan 
Alice Jean Kelleher 
Carolyn Jane Kelleher 
Jacquelyn Marie Kelley 
Stephen Patrick Kiley 
Deborah Anne Kilroe 
Jeffrey T. Kim 
Joyce Elaine Kingsbury 
Maureen Kittery 
Mark G. Kooken 
Rowenamay Kooken 
Lisa Marie Kirkorian 
Melissa Moore Kulick 
Mark Alan Kumpel 
Joan F. Labbadia 
JohnE. Lachiana 
Timothy D. Laughlin 
Linda L. Lawson 
Linda Anne Lazzaro 
Katherine M. Leach 
Patricia A. Lembo 
Marjorie Leven 
Debra Loconzolo 
John M. Loveless 
Sondra Rosnov Lucente 
Andrea Rose Luciani 
Mark H. Luken 
Norman Fred MacDougall 
Laurel L. MacHugh 
James M. MacKay 
Robert A. MacKenzie 
Margaret Mary Maguire 
Patricia Joan Mahoney 
Robert F. Mahoney 
John Mancini 
Frederick A. Mansfield 
Martin C. Markarian 
Betsy A. Marra 
Sharon Marie Marsden 
Jacqueline Martin 
Robert E. Martini Jr. 
Rena Marie Mastrangelo 
Caroline J. Matonis 
Michael John McCarthy 
Michael P. McCarthy 
Robert John McCarthy 
Sandra L. McCarthy 
Karen Lee McCarty 
Marianne McCluskey 
Bonnie McGregor 



James Joseph McHale 
Margaret Ann McManus 
Thomas F. McNall 
Daniel F. McNamara 
Jean Marie McNamara 
Lynne Louise Mellen 
Michael Louis Mercurio 
Cynthia Louise Meuse 
Kevin Michael Meuse 
Thomas C. Meuse 
Richard James Miranda 
Karen S. Mitchell 
Paul David Mooney 
Diane M. Moran 
Mary Kelly Moran 
Wayne Moriarty 
Judy A. Muise 
Eileen E. Mullen 
Mary Mullen 
JaneM. Murphy 
Richard D. Murphy 
Allen J. Muse 
Rosemarie Nardone 
Dawn Marie Narkun 
Laurie Anne Nelson 
Annette M. Newton 
Ann Jeanette Nicholson 
Teresa Novello 
Gayle Terese Nutile 
Michael Edward O'Brien 
Nancy Marie O'Brien 
Joseph J. O'Neill 
Janice Marie Owen 
Kathryn M. Palumbo 
Thomas Michael Patch 
Diane M. Peach 
Bonnie Mae Peard 
Dayna Marie Pegnato 
Bobbi-Ann Peterson 
Jeanne A. Petrillo 
Susan Marie Philbrick 
Linda Jean Pierce 
Michelle Pierni 
Alison R. Porter 
Elizabeth Cheryl Pritzker 
William J. Prowse Jr. 
Laurie Jean Quinzio 
Charles F. Raso Jr. 
Terry-Lynn Ray 
Arleen Dorothy Reardon 
David Renner 
Lynne Ann Rideout 
Mark E. Riess 



70 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Martha Ring 
Marie T. Roache 
Alan Roy Robbins 
Geryl A. Roberto 
Keith Frank Roberts 
Patricia Ann Roche 
Catherine Mary Roderick 
Carolyn Ronan 
Catherine B. Ronan 
Carolyn Ann Roos 
Donna Marie Rosati 
Louanne B. Rose 
Judith Allan Roselli 
Donna Lee Rowe 
James E. Ruehrwein 
Lee Marie Ruscio 
Daniel W. Saccardo 
Gerald L. Sardella 
Joanne Sardella 
Debroah Lynne Schacht 
Betsy Anne Schloss 
Maureen Schwarz 
Gregg Sciaba 
Jean-Marie Scolly 
Joseph W. Scott 
Walter Everett Scott Jr. 
John J. Seabury 
Mark A. Semenza 
John Robert Seymour 
David Matthew Shattuck 
Robert J. Sheehan 
Wendy Sheehan 
Kenneth R. Sheldon 
Mary E. Sheppard 
Gail A. Sherba 
Paul J. Sherba 
Susan E. Shwartzer 
Robin Ann Simeone 
Vilai Singhsri 
Anna B. Slavin 
Kathleen M. Smallwood 
Janis Mary Smith 
Michael Smith 
Peggy L. Smith 
William Smith 
Erik Scott Sordillo 
Ellen Marie Soulios 
Heidi Loretta Souza 
Susan A. Spark 
Lisa E. Sparks 
Mary Kathleen Spencer 
David Lawrence Spurr 
James Arthur Stackhouse 
Carol A. Stanislawzyk 



Debra Mae Starratt 

Tracey Ann Storella 

Stephen Joseph Strati 

Sandra Gail Streck 

James F. Streeter 

Ann Michelle Sullivan 

Brian Joseph Sullivan 

Laurel Ann Sullivan 

Sharon L. Surette 

Hubert Sutton 

Thomas J. Sutton 

Eydis Kristin Sveinbjarnardottir 

Matthew Sydlowski 

Elizabeth J. Tamer 

Judith E. Tapper 

Diane Zoe Tarr 

Lisa Ann Tassinari 

Beth Taylor 

Cheryl Ann Tecce 

Carolyn Tenney 

Christine Ann Testa 

Karen A. Thayer 

Michael J. Thomas 

Francis Alan Thompson 

Patricia Ann Tierney 

Benjamin J. Tropeano 

Michele Yvonne Trudeau 

Lisa Ann Vandewalle 

Dianne M. Vaughn 

Donald G. Veino II 

Joseph Ventura 

Robert J. Vercellini 

Peter A. Wallace 

David Francis Walsh 

Joseph A. Walsh Jr. 

Theresa A. Walsh 

Janice M. Warchol 

Steven P. Watson 

Judith Anne Weathers 

Sharon Lee Weaver 

Joseph Landi Weddleton 

Carolyn Wheaton 

Patricia Whelan 

Cheryl A. White 

Robert Thomas Williams 

Eric Bryan Workman 

Lisa Wye 

Robert Charles Yamartino 

Susan Marie Yazinka 

Lou Ann Marie Yebba 

Anthony Wayne Zanni 

Lisa M. Zappala 

Paul Vincent Zarba 

Joseph Leonard Zingarelli Jr. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 71 

Report of the Library Trus tees 

Following the dictum of stewardship as outlined by the Massachusetts 
Library Trustees Association, the Trustees of the Lucius Beebe Memorial 
Library have effectively and successfully carried out their responsibilities this 
past year in the many on-going policies and programs which they have sanc- 
tioned. 

Upon the resignation of Ethel Koulouris, at a joint meeting with the Board of 
Selectmen, Anthony LaRocco was appointed to fill her vacancy on the Board. 
Two newly elected members were also accepted — Roland Cassavant and Bruce 
Campbell. Present officers for the new year were then voted upon: Chairman, 
John Shevlin; Vice-Chairman, Ruth Finlay; and Secretary, Yolanda R. Ballou. 

Two items of major importance and concern were deliberations on the role of 
the Trustees regarding the collective-bargaining process, and on the possibility 
of a partially federally-funded computer-based circulation system in a con- 
sortium with Peabody, Beverly, Lynnfield, and Danvers. This latter item is ex- 
pected to be under consideration as part of next year's budget. 

Among the several policy changes and revisions: 

Revision of the Meeting Room Policy. 

Issuance of a full monthly listing of the varied meetings 
scheduled in public meeting rooms. 

Revision of the policy on gifts and donations to serve as 
guidelines in future acceptance of gifts from generous donors. 
The establishment of a Confidentiality Policy with respect to the 
library's circulation and registration records, copies of which 
have been sent to Town Counsel, and to both the police and fire 
chiefs. 
Congratulatory mention should be made of the special prize for public 

relations awarded to the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library by the Massachusetts 

Library Association. 

Typically, the Board has also approved the many successful programs and 

events that were prepared and presented by staff members throughout the year 

as they participate more actively within the community among school, business. 

citizen groups, senior citizens, and the shut-ins or handicapped. 

As usual, the Friends of the Library have continued to prove themselves 
worthy of the name by their several additions to the enhancement of the library 's 
services through their successful annual book sale. Such a group of public- 
spirited citizens and friends is highly encouraging and much-needed. A vote of 
public thanks is extended to each of them. 

Gratitude is also due to the many other volunteers who offer their time and 
effort in serving with the adult literacy program, in delivering books and 
materials to shut-ins, and in so many other myriad ways of assisting the library 
programs during the course of the year. 

As part of the continuing education program, the Director, Librarians, and 
some Trustees attended several seminars, conferences, workshops, and courses 
with an eye for the continued improvements and extended benefits to the library 
services offered the townspeople of Wakefield. Many of the ideas, programs, and 
newly initiated services have been a direct result of their observations and par- 
ticipation in the enrichment programs offered. 



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The Board recognizes with appreciation the continued loyalty and admirable 
administration by the Director, the Assistant Director, and the entire staff in 
promoting the library's effectiveness to the citizens of Wakefield, who have also 
responded and cooperated in welcome encouragement. Together, they are to be 
commended for making the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library an actively-involved 
institution of local pride. 

Respectfully submitted, 

YOLANDA R. BALLOU 

Secretary 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LIBRARY DIRECTOR 

Readers of Kurt Vonnegut, John Updike, Dorothy Sayers, et al, have been 
delighted to find that the library now owns the complete works of these and 
other best-selling authors. Evaluating and refurbishing the adult collection, fic- 
tion and non-fiction, has been a major project for the Readers' and Information 
Services staff. 

Several notable changes in service occurred this year. Sunday hours at the 
Main Library proved to be among the busiest all week. In an effort to achieve a 
zero growth budget, Saturday hours at Greenwood Branch were eliminated. New 
museum passes became available for free admission to the Aquarium and the 
Children's Museum. More of the films borrowed through the library were loaned 
to nursing homes in Wakefield. 

Townspeople came to the library for tax assistance provided by VITA Volun- 
teers Philip Boody and Ralph Wentzel, for art lessons conducted by Helen 
Sleeper of the Medford Arts Council, and for the China travelogue produced by 
Beulah and L.F. Guerrette. The Main Library sponsored a program to assist 
women returning to the job market and a discussion series on the middle years of 
life. 

At Montrose Branch, fire investigator Charles Classen and author Leo Bon- 
fanti were invited to speak to the Neighbors Group. Chef William Lord addressed 
a capacity audience in cake decorating. 

In the spring, members of the Greenwood Book Discussion Group treated 
themselves to a performance of The Shadow Box at the Charles Playhouse. 

We are pleased to have library staff serving on a range of community 
boards: the Wakefield Coordinated Youth Services Council, the high school's 
Guidance Liaison Committee, the School and Community Committee on high 
school accreditation, and the CATV Advisory Committee. In addition, the li- 
brary has established an Advisory Council for Service to the Handicapped. 

On a daily basis, librarians assisted young people in pursuing their interests, 
researching homework assignments, and selecting recreational reading. Parents 
and teachers have drawn on the expertise of librarians in locating materials 
geared to special interest: introducing youngsters to classical music, teaching 
gifted children, developing sensory perceptions in pre-schoolers, etc. In May, the 
Youth Room sponsored a sex education program specifically for parents of 
adolescents. 

The festive aspects of learning were brought to the library by Turtle Frog 
School of Music, which engaged children and parents in the merriment of making 
music. An alternative to the printed tale was presented by the puppets of Paul 
Vincent Davis, and Dario and Olaf performed magic and juggling in the branch 
libraries. 

During school vacations and holidays, the libraries offered sponge painting, 
quilt making, paper mache, rock painting, cake decorating, chalk-ins, stuffed 



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73 



animal parades, films, and traditional summer reading programs. In all three 
libraries, pre-school story hours continue to be consistently well-attended. 

For older children, opportunities ranged from baby sitting clinics to disco 
classes. The Youth Room newsletter Beebe Bulletin printed articles, interviews, 
book reviews, and illustrations by young people. 

For the fourth consecutive year, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library won the 
Massachusetts Library Association public relations award. 



Respectfully submitted, 



SHARON A. GILLEY 

Library Director 



LIBRARY STATISTICS 



Resources 



Volumes 

Periodical titles 

Pamphlets 

Maps 

Records 

Cassettes 

Filmstrips 

Kits 

Framed prints 

Realia 

Microfilm reels 

Museum memberships 



100,589 

208 

11,510 

872 

2,502 

237 

50 

90 

48 

31 

743 

7 



Registration 



New borrowers 
Non-resident borrowers 
Total active borrowers 



Circulation 



Books 

Periodicals 

Pamphlets & maps 

Records & cassettes 

Framed prints 

Other (primarily museum passes) 

Total circulation 
Main Library 
Greenwood Branch 
Montrose Branch 



2,533 

928 

11,474 



157,480 

12,965 

1,486 

7,342 

68 

499 

179,840 

147,424 

18,541 

13,875 



INTER-LIBRARY LOAN 
Books borrowed from other libraries 
Books loaned to other libraries 
Films borrowed for library use 
Films borrowed for patrons use 



61 

30 

116 

69 




Public Service 

Report of 

MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 75 



Report of the Municipal 
Light Board 

To the Citizens of the Town of Wakefield: 

Submitted herewith is the eighty-sixth annual report of the Municipal Light 
Board covering the period July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979. 

The net profit of this department was $398,210.06 for this twelve month 
period. 

The sum of $300,000.00 was paid to the Town as an in-lieu of tax payment to 
be used in computing the tax rate for Fiscal 1979. The total amount paid to the 
Town for this purpose over the years is $4,990,846.00. The Manager's report 
including a financial statement for the period July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 is 
included in the report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

KENNETH CHASE, Chairman 
FRANK RAPUANO, Secretary 
JOSEPH R. SARDELLA 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

To the Board of Light Commissioners: 

The 1979 fiscal year was again a very productive year for the department. 

The Electric Division continued its phased systems updating program on 
circuits. The purpose of this program is to increase the capacity of circuits in 
various sections of the Town by increasing their primary voltage. As each phase 
of this program is completed individual circuit capacity will be improved thus 
assuring our customers trouble free service for years to come. A review of our 
underground system is in process to isolate potential problems that could 
develop unexpectedly due to the age of the equipment such as oil filled switches. 

The Gas Division continues to show growth. Planning for the installation of a 
fourth take point from our supplier, Boston Gas, continued during this period. 
This planned installation includes the laying of approximately 6,000 feet of 6 inch 
plastic main in the vicinity of North Avenue, Quannapowitt Avenue and Lowell 
Street thus improving the system gas pressure from these areas. Planning is 
presently in progress to determine other areas of system improvements. 
Completion of this planning will determine where and when additional gas heat 
customers can be accommodated. 

In recognition of its outstanding work safety record the Gas Division 
received the 1978 Accident Prevention Award from the New England Gas 
Association. 



76 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

The transition to our own mini-computer system has been accomplished for 
billing purposes. System improvements are presently being incorporated and 
programs for additional department activities are in process. 

The electric safety program that was developed over the years for presentation 
to the elementary schools throughout the Town was again well received by the 
students. It is planned to augment this safety program to include a safe use of 
gas appliances. This should be ready for presentation during the next school 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM J. WALLACE 

Manager 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 
Statement of Income and Unappropriated Earned Surplus 
Year Ended June 30, 1979 
Operating Revenues: 

Electric $5,410,753.42 

Gas 1,401,043.79 



Total Operating Revenues 


$6,811,797.21 


Operating Expenses: 




Purchased Power 


$3,845,912.26 


Gas Purchased 


800,548.02 


Distribution 


853,699.72 


Commercial 


229,943.31 


General 


288,527.91 


Depreciation 


357,786.18 


Total Operating Expenses 


$6,376,417.40 


Operating Income 


435,379.81 


Other Income 


7,330.03 


Income before Interest Charges 


442,709.84 


Interest Charges 


44,499.78 


Net Income 


$398,210.06 


Unappropriated Earned Surplus July 1, 1978 


$2,543,281.30 


Less: 


2,941,491.36 


Miscellaneous Debits to Surplus 


$ 35,133.98 


Appropriated for repayment of Bonds 


65,000.00 


Appropriated Self-Insurance Fund 


7,065.84 


Appropriated to reduce Tax Levy 


300,000.00 




$407,199.82 


Unappropriated Earned Surplus June 30, 1979 


$2,534,291.54 



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77 



ASSETS 

Utility Plant in Service: 

Electric 
Gas 

Net Utility Plant in Service 

Construction Work in Progress 

Net Utility Plant 

Deposits with Town Treasurer: 

Self-Insurance Fund 
Depreciation Fund 

Total Deposits 

Current Assets: 

Cash: 
Unrestricted 
Restricted: 

Gas Rate Refund 

Customer Deposit 

Funds Advanced for special projects 

Customer accounts receivable 
Receivable from Town of Wakefield 
Materials and Supplies 
Prepaid Expenses 

Total Current Assets 
Other Assets: 

Deferred Debits 

Total Other Assets 

Total Assets 



$43,560.99 
97,491.71 
53,939.78 



$2,336,777.86 
757,090.62 

$3,093,868.48 
2,723.31 

3,096,591.79 

$ 127,065.84 
109,249.60 

$ 236,315.44 



$ 37,219.00 



$ 194,992.48 

626,354.66 

42,785.13 

265,467.08 

212,973,34 

$1,379,791.69 

$ 10,727.14 
10,727.14 

$4,723,426.06 



LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS 

Surplus: 

Loans repayment 
Construction Repayment 
Appropriated for Self-Insurance 
Unappropriated earned Surplus 

Total Surplus 
Long-term Debt excluding current installments 
Current Liabilities: 

Current installments of long-term debt 

Gas refund due to Customers 

Customer Deposits 

Interest Accrued 

Funds Advanced for Special Projects 

Total Current Liabilities 
Total Liabilities and Surplus 



$1,003,300.00 

51,632.86 

127,065.84 

2,534,291.54 

$3,716,290.24 

$ 745,000.00 



$ 65,000.00 

43,560.99 

97,491.71 

2,143.34 

53,939.78 

$ 262,135.82 

$4,723,426.06 




Vital Statistics 



TOWN CLERKS REPORT 

Town Meetings 

Voting Results 

Births, Marriages, Deaths 

TOWN TREASURER 

CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT BOARD 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 79 

Report of the Town Clerk 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 12, 1979 



The Moderator, Mr. Roger Wingate, opened the One hundred seventy-eighth 
Wakefield Annual Town Meeting at 7:30 P.M. in the auditorium of the Wakefield 
Junior High School, Main Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts. He next presented 
to the voters the non-registered voters among whom was Alan Bannister, a 
graduate student from Lancaster, England. Then followed the introduction of 
the tellers and recognition of the pages who were furnished by the High School 
Government Class. 

The Moderator then recognized Mr. Alfred Yebba, Chairman of the Board of 
Selectmen, who read a tribute to Mr. Miksen, the instructor of the Government 
Class, who has for many years imparted his interest and enthusiasm for good 
government to his students. 

Mr. Wingate recognized Mr. Charles Willis, Chairman of the Finance Com- 
mittee, who made pertinent remarks concerning the budget for the fiscal year 
1979-1980. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That further reading of the Warrant, with the exception of the Con- 
stable's return be dispensed with. 

The Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal period July 
1, 1979 to June 30, 1980, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be given 
for a period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 17. 

Paul Lazzaro and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal year July 1, 
1979 to June 30, 1980, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be given 
for a period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 17. 

ARTICLE 2 

To determine how much money the Town will raise and appropriate for 
General Government, Protection of Persons and Property, Health and Sanita- 
tion, Public Works, Veterans' Benefits, Education, Recreation, Unclassified, 
Employee's Contributory and Non-Contributory Retirement System and Con- 



80 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



tributory Group Health, Accident and Life Insurance, Public Service Enter- 
prises, Interest and Maturing Debt, specifying what appropriations shall be 
taken from the receipts of a department. 

Board of Selectmen 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $602,267.00 from 
Tax Levy for General Government as follows: 

Selectmen's Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 3,000.00 

Personal Services 39,051 .00 

Materials and Supplies 570.00 

Contractual Services 11,135.00 

Sundry Charges 839.00 
Total 

Accounting Department: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 
Out-of-State Travel 

Total 

Data Processing Department: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 
Capital Outlay 

Total 

Treasurer's Department: 

Salary of Treasurer 
Personal Services 
Tax Titles 

Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 
Out-of-State Travel 
Total 

Legal Department: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 

Total $ 45,336.00 

Legal Damages: $ 8,000.00 

Collector's Department: 

Salary of Collector $ 14,300.00 

Personal Services 36,810.00 

Materials and Supplies 630.00 





$ 54,595.00 


$ 93,996.00 




1,950.00 




19,567.00 




240.00 




186.00 






$115,939.00 


$ 35,954.00 




450.00 




18,035.00 




25.00 




3,000.00 






$ 57,464.00 


$ 10,300.00 




26,348.00 




1,500.00 




600.00 




9,225.00 




180.00 




186.00 






$ 48,339.00 


$ 32,801.00 




850.00 




11,585.00 




100.00 





168th ANNUAL REPORT 81 

Contractual Services 9,051.00 

Sundry Charges 25.00 

Total $ 60,816.00 

Assessors' Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 4,002.00 

Personal Services 47,290.00 

Materials and Supplies 500.00 

Contractual Services 19,405.00 

Sundry Charges 250.00 

Total $ 71,447.00 
Town Clerk's Department: 

Salary of Town Clerk $ 13,500.00 

Personal Services 22,379.00 

Materials and Supplies 400.00 

Contractual Services 5,880.00 

Sundry Charges 150.00 

Out-of-State Travel 175.00 

Total $ 42,484.00 
An Amendment by Esther Nowell to alter the salary of the Town Clerk was 
defeated. 



Election and Registration: 












Personal Services 




$ 


7,926.00 






Materials and Supplies 






110.00 






Contractual Services 






11,700.00 






Total 








$ 


19,736.00 


Election Expense: 












Personal Services 




$ 


5,875.00 






Contractual Services 






2,650.00 






Total 








$ 


8,525.00 


Personnel Advisory Committee: 










Personal Services 




$ 


1,200.00 






Materials and Supplies 






30.00 






Contractual Services 






2,630.00 






Sundry Charges 






50.00 






Total 








$ 


3,910.00 


Personnel Department: 












Personal Services 




$ 


38,318.00 






Materials and Supplies 






450.00 






Contractual Services 






2,965.00 






Sundry Charges 






50.00 






Total 








$ 


41,783.00 


Finance Committee: 












Personal Services 




$ 


8,736.00 






Materials and Supplies, 


Contractual 










Services and Sundry Charges 




5,205.00 






Total 








$ 


13,941.00 


Planning Board: 












Personal Services 




$ 


4,822.00 






Materials and Supplies 






75.00 







82 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Contractual Services 2,525.00 

Sundry Charges 150.00 

Total $ 7,572.00 

Board of Appeals: $ 2,380.00 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,261,976.00 for 
Protection of Persons and Property, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $500,000.00 to be appropriated by transfer from the Federal 
Revenue Sharing Fund, P.L. 92-512, State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 
1972, as amended by the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Amendments of 
1976; to be allocated as follows: to Police Department, Personal Services Ac- 
count, the amount of $250,000.00, and to Fire Department, Personal Services Ac- 
count, the amount of $250,000.00; and that the sum of $1,761,976.00 be raised 
and appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

Police Department: 

Personal Services $ 851,698.00 

Materials and Supplies 35,985.00 

Contractual Services 27,773.00 

Sundry Charges 590.00 

Capital Outlay 17,957.00 

Out-of-State Travel 75.00 

Total $934,078.00 

Fire Department: 

Personal Services $ 682,119.00 

Materials and Supplies 27,395.00 

Contractual Services 16,325.00 

Sundry Charges 1,655.00 

Capital Outlay 4,135.00 

Total $731,629.00 

Fire Alarm, Police Signals, 

and Traffic Lights: $ 18,000.00 

Civil Defense: 

Personal Services $ 1,748.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,474.00 

Contractual Services 1,325.00 

Sundry Charges 25.00 

Total $ 7,572.00 

Building Department: 

Personal Services $ 45,346.00 

Materials and Supplies 860.00 

Contractual Services 2,585.00 

Sundry Charges 75.00 

Total $ 48,866.00 

Sealer of Weights and Measures: 

Personal Services $ 4,921.00 

Materials and Supplies 205.00 

Contractual Services 375.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 83 

Sundry Charges 10.00 

Total $ 5,511.00 

Animal Inspector: 

Personal Services $ 12,245.00 

Materials and Supplies 2,235.00 

Contractual Services 1,840.00 

Total $ 16,320.00 



HEALTH AND SANITATION 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $38,431.00 from Tax 
Levy for Health and Sanitation as follows: 

Health Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 650.00 

Personal Services 31,106.00 

Materials and Supplies 800.00 

Contractual Services 4,825.00 

Sundry Charges 1,050.00 

Total $ 38,431.00 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,693,311.96 for 
Public Works, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $36,488.18 to be appropriated by Transfer to the Public Works 
Personal Services Account from the following accounts: Perpetual Care Income, 
$25,492.65; Park Trust Funds Available, $165.53; Sale of Lots Fund, $10,830.00; 
and that the sum of $2,656,823.78 be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy as 
follows: 

Personal Services $1,079,430.82 

Materials and Supplies 186,750.00 

Contractual Services 137,575.00 

Sundry Charges 870.00 

Capital Outlay 86,875.00 

Snow and Ice 185,000.00 

Total $1,676,500.82 

Street Lights: $ 120,000.00 
Water Division: 

Personal Services $ 292,774.00 

Materials and Supplies 72,250.00 

Contractual Services 67,300.00 

Sundry Charges 2,500.00 

Maturing Bonds 10,000.00 

Maturing Interest 1,200.00 

Professional Medical Services 200.00 
Contributory Retirement Pension 

Accumulation Fund 30,586.62 



84 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Non-Contributory Veterans' 




Pensions 


26,977.34 


Group Insurance 


26,409.00 


Workers' Compensation Insurance 


6,880.00 


General Insurance 


7,950.00 


Unemployment Compensation 




Insurance 


2,000.00 


M.D.C. Water Assessment 


170,640.00 


Capital Outlay 


13,300.00 


Total 


$730,966.96 


Sewer Division: 




Personal Services 


$ 93,031.00 


Materials and Supplies 


10,050.00 


Contractual Services 


24,150.00 


Sundry Charges 


25.00 


Capital Outlay 


2,100.00 


Total 


$129,356.00 



VETERANS' BENEFITS 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $115,454.00 from 
Tax Levy for Veterans' Benefits as follows: 

Veterans' Benefits: 

Personal Services $ 18,325.00 

Recipients 95,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 265.00 

Contractual Services 1,650.00 

Sundry Charges 35.00 

Care of Veterans' Graves 179.00 

Total $115,454.00 

EDUCATION 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $9,967,309.28 for 
Education, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $83,232.75 to be appropriated by transfer to the School Depart- 
ment Capital Outlay Account from the National Defense Education Act, Public 
Law 874; and that the sum of $6,155.65 be appropriated by transfer to the School 
Department Materials and Supplies, Contractual Services, and Sundry Charges 
Account from the National Defense Education Act, Public Law 864, Title III; and 

The sum of $30,385.48 to be appropriated by transfer to the Library 
Materials and Supplies Account from the following accounts: Dog Tax Refund 
from the County, $2,218.87; Library Trust Fund Income Available, $18,401.23; 
State Aid for Free Public Libraries, $9,765.38; and that the sum of $9,847,535.40 
be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

School Department: 

Personal Services $7,738,678.00 

Materials and Supplies, Contractual 

Services and Sundry Charges 1 ,488,922.35 

Capital Outlay 34,573.25 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 85 

Trade Schools 27,420.00 

Travel Outside the Commonwealth 3,900.00 

Tota l $9,293,493.60 

Northeast Metropolitan Regional 

Vocational School: $221,789.28 

Library Department: 

Personal Services $239,963.00 

Materials and Supplies 48,186.52 

Contractual Services 42,917.00 

Sundry Charges 720.00 

Capital Outlay 466.00 

m j. 1 $332,252.52 

The Finance Committee's motion was amended by Maybelle Brown to adjust 
the Personal Services Account of the Library Budget by $10,338.12. This amend- 
ment was seconded and voted. 

Mr. Louis Green then rose to move that the portion of the Education Budget 
applying to the Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School be tabled, 
and his motion carried. 

The Finance Committee's motion as amended and without the inclusion of 
the Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School was voted. The total 
voted is $9,755,858.12. 



RECREATION 










On motion by Finance Committee: 










Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $88,227.00 from Tax 


Levy for Recreation as follows: 










Recreation Commission: 










Personal Services 


$ 


40,215.00 






Materials and Supplies 




10,983.00 






Contractual Services 




5,665.00 






Sundry Charges 




50.00 






Capital Outlay 




4,800.00 






Total 






$ 


61,713.00 


Youth Activities Commission: 










Personal Services 


$ 


8,230.00 






Materials and Supplies 




125.00 






Contractual Services 




785.00 






Sundry Charges 




1,800.00 






Total 






$ 


10,940.00 


Council on Aging: 










Personal Services 


$ 


8,632.00 






Materials and Supplies 




1,430.00 






Contractual Services 




5,507.00 






Sundry Charges 




5.00 






Total 






$ 


15,574.00 



86 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



UNCLASSIFIED 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $380,211.00 for 

Unclassified, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $62,359.43 to be appropriated by transfer from the Overlay 

Surplus Account to the Reserve Fund; and that the sum of $317,851.57 be raised 

and appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

Miscellaneous Account $ 5,696.00 

Rifle Range 500.00 

General Insurance 129,895.00 

Workers' Compensation Insurance 101,320.00 

Reserve Fund 37,640.57 

Unemployment Compensation 

Insurance c 40,000.00 

Professional Medical Services 2,800.00 

Total $317,851.57 

EMPLOYEES' CONTRIBUTORY AND NON-CONTRIBUTORY 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM AND CONTRIBUTORY GROUP 

HEALTH, ACCIDENT AND LIFE INSURANCE 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,672,072.90 for 
Employees' Contributory and Non-Contributory Retirement System and Con- 
tributory Group Health, Accident and Life Insurance, and to provide therefor; 

The sum of $134,438.00 to be appropriated by transfer from the Town's 
Group Insurance Premium Credit Account to the Town's Group Health, Acci- 
dent and Life Insurance Appropriation Account; and that the sum of 
$1,537,634.90 be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

Retirement System: 

Pension Accumulation Fund $772,495.86 

Expense Fund 37,897.85 

Workers' Compensation Credit 58.20 

Non-Contributory Pension Fund 162,557.77 
Assessments, Non-Contributory 

Veterans' Pension Fund 3,107.22 

Total $976,116.90 

Contributory Group Health, 
Accident and Life Insurance: 

Personal Services $ 16,113.00 

Town Appropriation 545,405.00 

Total $561,518.00 

INTEREST AND MATURING DEBT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $1,117,770.00 from 
Tax Levy for Interest and Maturing Debt as follows: 

Maturing Debt $915,000.00 

Interest Debt 202,770.00 

Total $1,117,770.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 87 

LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town appropriate the sum of $103,822.50 to provide for 
payments due for the period of July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980 on bonds of the 
Light Department and interest on such bonds; and to appropriate the sum of 
$414.00 for the salaries of the Light Commissioners to be taken from the receipts 
of the Department for the above-mentioned period; and to transfer the sum of 
$40,140.69 from the Light Operation Account to the Non-Contributory Pension 
Account; and to transfer the sum of $186,417.52 from the Light Operation Ac- 
count to the Contributory Retirement Pension Accumulation Fund Account; and 
to transfer the sum of $74,286.00 from the Light Operation Account to the 
Employees' Group Insurance Account; and to transfer the sum of $5,000.00 from 
the Light Operation Account to Travel Outside the Commonwealth; and to 
transfer the sum of $19,800.00 from the Light Operation Account to Workers' 
Compensation Account; and to transfer the sum of $7,000.00 from the Light 
Operation Account to the Unemployment Compensation Insurance Account, 
and the balance of the receipts of the Department from July 1, 1979 to June 30, 
1980 be appropriated for the use of the Department for other expenditures, pro- 
vided, however, that if the income from said Department shall exceed the ex- 
pense of the Department for said period of time, the use of the excess, in whole or 
in part, to be determined by the 1980 Annual Town Meeting. 

An amendment to reduce the $5,000.00 item to $2,000.00 did not carry. The 
total voted for Article 2 was $18,725,578.98. 

On motion by Angelo Roberto that this meeting be now adjourned until 
March 15, 1979, Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at the Wakefield Junior High School. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried and asked for a round of applause 
for the pages. 

The attendance for the first session of the Wakefield Annual Town Meeting 
was 333. 

A True Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

ADJOURNED SESSION MARCH 15, 1979 

The Moderator, Mr. Roger Wingate, opened the meeting with an introduc- 
tion of the pages, high school students, observers, among whom were Michael 
Ripple of 735 from Somerville and John Farrier. He then recognized Mr. Willis to 
discuss Article 3. ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pay the rental for the rental year commencing July 1, 1979, to Dover 
Kline Company for land occupied as a parking area on Center Street. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,800.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 3. 

On motion by Mr. Willis, Chairman of the Finance Committee, that this 
meeting be adjourned until the conclusion of the Special Meeting called for 8 
P.M. on March 15th. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 15, 1979 

This meeting was opened by the Moderator at 8 P.M. in the auditorium of 
the Wakefield Junior High School, Main Street. 

On motion by the Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the reading of the Warrant with the exception of the Con- 
stable's return be dispensed with. 

The Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to convey for a nominal consideration to the 
Wakefield Housing Authority for the purpose of maintaining accommodations 
and housing units for the elderly, the following described premises: 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly street line of Crescent 
Street with the northerly street line of Otis Street, thence running 
southeasterly along the said northerly street line of Otis Street a 
distance of 267.62 feet to a point; thence turning and running north- 
easterly a distance of 204.58 feet to a point; thence turning and run- 
ning northwesterly a distance of approximately 386 feet to a point on the 
said easterly street line of Crescent Street; thence turning and running 
southeasterly along said easterly street line of Crescent Street a 
distance of 210.04 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 1.471 acres 
and being shown as Lot 1 1 1 of Plat 17 of the Wakefield Assessors Maps; 
and the Board of Selectmen be authorized and empowered to execute and deliver 
any deed or deeds necessary or required to accomplish the foregoing in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Sections 
15 and 15 A, said conveyance to be consummated and deed executed and 
delivered on or after June 30, 1979. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town convey for a nominal consideration to the Wakefield 
Housing Authority for the purpose of maintaining accommodations and housing 
units for the elderly, the following described premises: 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly street line of Crescent 
Street with the northerly street line of Otis Street, thence running 
southeasterly along the said northerly street line of Otis Street a 
distance of 267.62 feet to a point; thence turning and running north- 
easterly a distance of 204.58 feet to a point; thence turning and run- 
ning northwesterly a distance of approximately 386 feet to a point on the 
said easterly street line of Crescent Street; thence turning and running 
southeasterly along said easterly street line of Crescent Street a 
distance of 210.04 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 1.471 acres 
and being shown as Lot 111 of Plat 17 of the Wakefield Assessors Maps, 
and the Board of Selectmen be authorized and empowered to execute and deliver 
any deed or deeds necessary or required to accomplish the foregoing in accord- 
ance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Sections 
15 and 15 A, said conveyance to be consummated and deed executed and 
delivered on or after June 30, 1979. 

A motion at 10:50 P.M. to adjourn the Special Town Meeting by Mr. S. 
Benedetto failed, the Moderator declared. A motion by Mr. E. Conway to move 



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the question carried. A two-thirds vote was required for the motion under Article 
1. The vote was Yes: 258, No: 77. Necessary for a two-thirds vote was 223. 

On motion by Mr. Yebba, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, that this 
meeting be adjourned until Monday, March 19, 1979 in the auditorium of the 
Wakefield Junior High School. The Moderator declared the motion carried. The 
attendance for this session was 428. 

A True Copy: *> 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



ADJOURNED SESSION, 
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 19, 1979 

The second session of the Special Town Meeting was opened by the 
Moderator who introduced the pages, the observers from Mr. Miksen's Govern- 
ment Class, visitors, and interested persons of 735 and Mental Health, as well as 
the Globe reporter. Mr. Wingate announced the tellers who were duly appointed. 
He then remarked that a notice to reconsider the vote taken under Article 1 had 
been properly filed in the office of the Town Clerk. 

A motion by Mr. Sabatino Benedetto to reconsider the vote taken under Ar- 
ticle 1 of the Special Town Meeting was seconded. After a lengthy discussion, a 
motion to put the question by Mr. Cassavant requiring a two-thirds vote, was 
carried. The Moderator declared the motion to reconsider Article 1 failed. 

ARTICLE 2 

To see if the Town will vote to sell the Americal Civic Center located on the 
westerly side of Main Street at its intersection with the southerly side of Armory 
Street, the same being Lot 119C, Plat 13, of the Assesesors' Maps; and that to 
accomplish such sale, the Board of Selectmen be authorized to engage the ser- 
vices of a real estate appraiser to establish a value therefor; and that the Board of 
Selectmen be further authorized to sell said Americal Civic Center at a price not 
less than the appraised value and upon such terms and conditions as the Board 
of Selectmen may determine, and to enter into any Purchase and Sale 
Agreements therefor, and to execute and deliver all necessary and required 
documents of transfer including Deeds or Bills of Sale in order to accomplish the 
foregoing, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Alfred F. Stentiford and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws, Chapter II, Sec- 
tion 1, to read as follows: 

Section 1. The annual town meeting shall be held on the first Monday of 
May of each year; and all matters to be considered at the annual town 
meeting, other than the election of town officers and such matters as are 
by law to be determined by ballot, shall be brought before the town at a 
meeting to be held on the evening of the second Monday of May. 

Alfred F. Stentiford and Others 



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On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That this Special Town Meeting be now dissolved. 
The Annual Town Meeting was resumed at 8:20 P.M. on March 19, 1979 at 
the Wakefield Junior High School auditorium, Main Street. 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pay the rental for the year 1979 to the Boston and Maine Railroad or 
its assignees for three parcels of land occupied as parking areas on North Avenue 
as set forth in an original lease dated November 10, 1955. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $12.00 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 4. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize and instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to lease to the Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, 
and upon terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen, a certain parcel of land 
containing approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown 
on Plat 31 of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans and lying westerly on DelCarmine 
Street, or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Wakefield Little League 
Association, Inc. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to lease to the 
Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, and upon 
terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen, a certain parcel of land containing 
approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown on Plat 31 
of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans, and lying westerly of DelCarmine Street. 

ARTICLE 6 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Of- 
ficers of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical and hospitalization ex- 
penses as a result of injuries received by the officers in the performance of their 
duties, as provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Massachusetts General 
Laws, in such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board 
of Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,069.51 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 6. 

ARTICLE 7 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Firefighters of 
the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical and hospitalization expenses as a 



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result of injuries received by the Firefighters in the performance of their duties, 
as provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Massachusetts General Laws, 
in such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite postponement. 

ARTICLE 8 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its Zoning Bylaws by deleting Section 
9A Flood Plain Districts and adding in its place: 

SECTION 9A 
FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICTS 

(1) Purpose: 

The purpose of this section, in addition to the purposes enumerated in the 
preamble to these Zoning Bylaws, is to provide that lands in the Town of 
Wakefield subject to seasonal or periodic flooding as described hereinafter shall 
not be used for residence or other purposes in such a manner as to endanger the 
health, safety or welfare of the occupants thereof. 

(2) Location: 

The location of the Flood Plain District shall include the areas shown on the 
"General and Zoning Map for the Town of Wakefield, Mass." dated November 
16, 1925, as amended. It also includes all special flood hazard areas designated as 
Zones Al-30 on the Wakefield Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and the Flood 
Boundary and Floodway Map, dated October 17, 1978 on file with the Town 
Clerk, Planning Board, Building Inspector, and Town Engineer. These maps as 
well as the accompanying Wakefield Flood Insurance Study are incorporated 
herein by reference. The locations of said district are more specifically described 
as follows: 

A. SAUGUS RIVER 

1. From the Wakefield-Saugus Town line at Water Street at elevation 52.5 
feet above mean sea level, to the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner ap- 
proximately 1.0 miles northeasterly along the river, at elevation 58.5 feet above 
mean sea level. 

2. From the Wakefield-Saugus-Lynnfield Town corner at elevation 58.5 feet 
above mean sea level, to immediately downstream of Salem Street at elevation 
64.0 feet above mean sea level. 

3. From immediately upstream of Salem Street at elevation 64.5 feet above 
mean sea level, to the downstream end of the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at 
elevation 67.5 feet above mean sea level. 

4. From the City of Lynn Diversion Dam at elevation 73.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the Boston and Maine Railroad at elevation 75.0 feet above mean sea 
level. 

5. From the Boston and Maine Railroad at elevation 75.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the downstream end of Vernon Street at elevation 78.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

6. From the upstream end of Vernon Street at elevation 79.0 feet above 
mean sea level to the downstream end of Lowell Street, at the outlet of Lake 
Quannapowitt at elevation 80.0 feet above mean sea level. 

7. All land along the perimeter of Lake Quannapowitt at or below elevation 
84.0 feet above mean sea level. 



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B. MILL RIVER 

1. From the confluence of the Mill River with the Saugus River at elevation 
54.3 feet above mean sea level to the downstream end of Farm Street at elevation 
56.0 feet above mean sea level. 

2. From the upstream end of Farm Street at elevation 57.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the downstream end of Water Street at elevation 58.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

3. From the upstream end of Water Street at elevation 59.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the downstream end of Salem Street at elevation 59.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

4. From the upstream end of Salem Street at elevation 60.0 feet above mean 
sea level to the downstream end of Lowell Street at elevation 65.0 feet above 
mean sea level. 

5. From the upstream end of Lowell Street at elevation 65.7 feet above mean 
sea level to the wetlands south of Fosters Lane at elevation 65.7 feet above mean 
sea level. 

The flood plain elevation for any land is determined by interpolation between 
the upstream and downstream flood plain elevations on the basis of its relative 
distance in feet from the upstream and downstream ends of the appropriate 
"reaches" of the river, stream or water course. 

All water bodies and wetlands delineated by an area shown on the Zoning 
Map or by description are hereby included within the Flood Plain District. 

(3) Permitted Uses in Flood Plain Districts: 

In a Flood Plain District no building shall be erected, enlarged or moved and 
no premises shall be used except for one or more of the following uses: 

A. Municipal recreation, public water supply, drainage or flood control use, 
orchard, truck garden, nursery or similar open use of the land for the raising of 
agriculture or horticultural crops; and if authorized by the Board of Appeals, 
commercial golf course or non-profit social, civic or recreational use, provided 
such non-profit social, civic or recreational use is not one customarily conducted 
as a business; and buildings and sheds accessory to any of the above uses, as 
long as such use is permitted in the underlying district in which the land is 
classified; and dumping, filling, excavation, earth transfer or relocation opera- 
tion shall be allowed in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40, 
as amended by Chapter 784 of the Acts of 1972. 

Buildings and structures necessary to any of the above flood plain uses and 
driveways are permitted, subject to conditions stated in Section 5 of this Flood 
Plain Bylaw. 

B. Dwellings lawfully existing prior to the adoption of these provisions, but 
not including improvements which increase ground coverage by more than 
twenty-five (25) percent. Accessory use as defined in Section 2B (9) of the Zoning 
Bylaws is permitted. 

C. The portion of any lot within the area delineated in Section 2 of this bylaw 
may be used to meet the area and yard requirements for the district or districts 
in which the remainder of the lot is situated, provided that portion does not ex- 
ceed twenty-five (25) percent of the minimum lot area. 

(4) Relationship to Other District: 

All lands within the Flood Plain Districts are included in one or more of the 
other districts defined by this Bylaw. The permitted uses specified within the 
Flood Plain Districts, Subsection (3) take precedence in area so classified. If, 



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however, an exception under Flood Plain Districts, Subsection (5) is granted by 
the Board of Appeals then the permitted uses of the underlying zoning district 
shall govern. 

(5) Uses allowed by the Board of Appeals: 

A. If any land shown on the Zoning Map or defined in this Bylaw as being in 
a Flood Plain District with the exception of the Floodway as designated on the 
Flood Boundary and Floodway Map and further detailed in the Wakefield Flood 
Insurance Study is proven by competent engineering and surveying evidence to 
the satisfaction of the Board of Appeals to be above the 100-year flood elevation 
and where the proposed use of such land will not increase the flood level, increas- 
es the danger of flood damage or reduce water storage capacity, and is otherwise 
consistent with the objectives of Section 9 A, the Board of Appeals may by 
special Permit authorize the proposed use of such land and exempt it from some 
or all of the restrictions of this Section. However, if an applicant wishes to seek a 
release from the mandatory purchase of flood insurance, said applicant shall 
follow the procedures contained in a Letter of Map Amendment, Part 1920, Na- 
tional Flood Insurance Program Regulations. 

B. The Building Inspector shall issue such special permit only as directed by 
the Board of Appeals in accordance with the regular and Flood Plain Zoning pro- 
visions and subject to the receipt of all necessary permits from those governmen- 
tal agencies from which approval is required by federal or state law and subject 
to any limitations or conditions imposed by the Board of Appeals after public 
hearings. Notice of each such Flood Plain building Permit application shall be 
given to the Town Department of Public Works, to the Town Board of Health, 
and to the Town Planning Board. The Building Inspector shall maintain records 
of: the elevation to which any structure has been flood proofed; the floodproofing 
certificates required under the Flood Plain District, and whether or not the struc- 
ture has a basement. 

C. The Board of Appeals, in hearing each such application, shall enforce in 
addition to any other factors said board deems pertinent, the following aspects 
with respect to flooding and Flood Plain District zoning provisions: 

1. That the geographic location of the proposed building, driveway and 
walkway access is secure during flooding. 

2. That the foundation elevations of the proposed building is such that the 
security of foundations during flooding, including assurance that the founda- 
tions would not be undermined and that the proposed building would not be 
floated-off swept away, or battered-off during flooding, is assured. 

3. That disposal and/or containment of sewage from the proposed building 
during flooding will be provided. 

4. That the safety of water, sewage, gas, electric and fuel utilities from 
breaking, leaking, short-circuiting, grounding, igniting, electrocution or other 
dangers during flooding, is assured. 

5. That no new construction, substantial improvement or other develop- 
ment whatsoever shall be permitted within the Floodway as defined on the 
Wakefield Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and the Flood Boundary and 
Floodway Map, dated 17 October 1978. 

D. If such Special Permit is granted by the Board of Appeals, said approval 
shall be subject to the following conditions: 

1. For new residential structures and substantial improvement: 
In Al-30 zones, the lowest floor elevation including basements be elevated to 
one foot above the base flood elevation. 



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2. For new non-residential structures and substantial improvement: 

In Al-30 zones, the lowest floor elevation be elevated to one foot above the 
base flood elevation or floodproofed water-tight to or above the base flood eleva- 
tion. Floodproofing shall mean any combination of structural and non-structural 
additions, changes or adjustments to structures which are adequate to with- 
stand the flood depths, pressures and velocities, impact and uplift of other fac- 
tors associated with the 100-year flood. Certification of floodproofing and the 
lowest floor elevation shall be provided to the Building Inspector by a registered 
professional engineer or architect. 

E. Site Plan Approval 

In order that the Board of Appeals may determine that the abovementioned 
conditions are met, a site plan at a suitable scale, prepared by a registered land 
surveyor and/or registered professional civil engineer, shall be submitted in 
quadruplicate to the Board of Appeals by the applicant. The Board of Appeals 
shall, within ten (10) days after receipt of said site plan, transmit one (1) copy of 
said plan to the Planning Board, Board of Public Works and the Board of Health. 
Said Boards shall investigate the plan and report in writing their recommenda- 
tions to the Board of Appeals. The Board of Appeals shall not take final action on 
such plan until it has received a report thereon from said Boards, or until said 
Boards have allowed thirty (30) days to elapse after receipt of such plan without 
submission of a report thereon. The site plan shall show at least the following: 

1. The location, boundaries and dimensions of each lot; 

2. Two foot contours of the existing and proposed land structure (Wakefield 
Sewer Base); 

3. The location of existing and proposed structures, watercourses, drainage 
easements, means of access, drainage and sewer disposal facilities; 

4. The area and location of existing or proposed leaching fields, if any. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by the Board of Selectmen: 

Voted: That the Town amend its Zoning Bylaws by deleting Section 9A, 
Flood Plain Districts, therefrom, and adding in its place Section 9A, Flood Plain 
Districts, as appears in Article 8 of the Town Warrant. 

Two-thirds vote required: Yes, 307; No 6. 
Boston, Massachusetts April 19, 1979 

The foregoing amendment to zoning bylaws adopted under Article 8 of the 
Warrant for the Wakefield Annual Town Meeting held March 12, 1979, is hereby 
approved. 

Francis X. Bellotti 
Attorney General 

The formal report which is on file in the office of the Town Clerk was given by 
Mr. Terrence French, Chairman of the Planning Board. Mr. Yebba, Chairman of 
the Board of Selectmen made the motion. 

Mr. Richard Doherty, Chairman of the Conservation Committee discussed 
the motion. He was given permission by vote for a continuance beyond the ten 
minute limit. 

An amendment offered by Mr. Jarema did not carry, the Moderator, Mr. 
Roger Wingate declared. 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to provide cooperative facilities to mental out- 
patient clinics and for payment for services to be rendered for such clinics in ac- 



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cordance with the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 40, the same to be ex- 
pended under the direction of the Board of Health for the Town of Wakefield; and 
to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of 
this Article. 

Board of Health 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $30,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 9. 

ARTICLE 10 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to cover the cost of participation by the Town of Wakefield in a drug 
prevention and rehabilitation program for residents of the Town, and to 
authorize the Board of Public Health to enter into a contract or contracts with 
735, Inc., a charitable corporation organized under law, to accomplish the above 
purposes, said contract or contracts to cover the period of July 1, 1979 to June 
30, 1980. 

Board of Health 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $30,860.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 10. 

An amendment made by Mr. A. Cerullo to strike out $3,000.00 to be expend- 
ed on Epilepsy, failed. 

Mr. Ripple, Director of 735 from Somerville, was granted permission to re- 
spond to questions posed by the voters. After much debate, Mrs. M. Joyce moved 
for adjournment until Thursday, which did not carry and the motion was voted. 
At 10:53 P.M., Mr. Yebba, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, moved for ad- 
journment to March 22, 1979 at 7:30 P.M. in the Auditorium of the Wakefield 
Junior High School, Main St., Wakefield, Mass. 

The Moderator declared the motion carried. Attendance at this meeting was 
486. 

A true Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



ADJOURNED SESSION, MARCH 22, 1979 
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

Mr. Roger Wingate, Moderator, called the fourth session to order at 7:30 
P.M. in the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School, Main Street, 
Wakefield. 

The introduction of unregistered voters, members of 735 as well as the pages 
who were applauded as were the government students. The counters who had 
been duly appointed were announced. 

Mr. Wingate then noted the fact that an intention to reconsider the vote 
taken under Article 10 had been properly filed in the Office of the Town Clerk by 
C. D'Angelo. 

The motion to reconsider the vote taken under Article 10 failed, the 
Moderator declared. 



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ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to cover 
the cost of participation of retarded children of the Town of Wakefield in the 
retarded Children's Camp program in the Town of Stoneham. 

Retarded Children's Camp Program 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,680.08 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 11. 

ARTICLE 12 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to be 
used by the East Middlesex Association for Retarded Citizens in the implemen- 
tation of its program under the provisions of Chapter 19 of the General Laws, 
said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the Board of Health, as 
provided in Chapter 40, Section 5, Sub-section 40C of the General Laws. 

East Middlesex Association 
for Retarded Citizens 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $7,200.76 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 12. 



ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for mosquito control, such sum of money to be expended under the direc- 
tion of the Board of Health. 

Board of Health 

The motion by Finance Committee for Indefinite Postponement of Article 13 
failed. 

On motion by the Board of Health: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $16,358.00 for mos- 
quito control, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the Board 
of Health. 



ARTICLE 14 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the relocation, installation and repair of light standards, fixtures, 
switches and other parts for the areas designated as Veterans Field, Hall Park, 
and the tennis courts located thereat, such sum of money to be expended by the 
Municipal Light Department, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Recreation Commission 

On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 



ARTICLE 15 

To see if the Town will vote to delete Section 13 of Chapter V of the Town 
Bylaws, and add the following Bylaw entitled "Chapter XX-Canine Control 
Bylaw": 



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CHAPTER XX 
CANINE CONTROL BYLAW 

Section 1. Restraint of Dogs: No person owning or keeping a dog in the 
Town of Wakefield shall permit such dog to be at large in the Town of Wakefield 
elsewhere than on the premises of the owner or keeper. A dog which is not upon 
the premises of the owner or keeper shall be restrained by a chain or leash. 

Section 2. Unrestrained Dogs: Any dog found to be at large in violation of 
this Bylaw shall be caught and humanely confined in an animal shelter by the 
Canine Control Officer or other officers, who shall immediately notify the licens- 
ed owner or keeper of said dog of the impoundment of the animal. The owner or 
keeper shall have a period of ten (10) days within which to recover the dog. Dogs 
not claimed by the owner or keeper within ten (10) days may be humanely 
euthanized or caused to be euthanized by the Canine Control Officer or by an 
agency delegated by him to exercise that authority, unless such dog has been 
sold in the manner prescribed by law. Return of the dog to the licensed owner or 
keeper shall be dependent upon admission of ownership or keeping of the dog and 
the assumption of responsibility by the licensed owner or keeper. 

Section 3. Complaints: The Canine Control Officer shall enter and prosecute 
a complaint against the owner or keeper of any dog taken into his custody under 
Section 2 above. 

Section 4. Prosecution: In any prosecution hereunder, the presence of such 
dog at large upon premises other than the premises of the owner or keeper of 
such dog shall be prima facie evidence that the knowledge and permission of the 
owner of such other premises was not had. 

Section 5. Reclaiming Impounded Dogs: An owner or keeper reclaiming a 
dog confined under this Bylaw shall pay an administration fee of $10.00, plus the 
sum of $2.00 boarding charge per day for each day of confinement, or any part of 
a day, for the care of such dog, to a total maximum payment of $20.00. 

Section 6. Bylaw Violation Fine: Any person violating any provision of this 
Bylaw shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of 
$10.00 for the first and each subsequent offense. If any violation be continuing, 
each day's violation shall be deemed a separate violation. Complaints will be 
sought in a district court according to Chapter 140, Section 173A of the General 
Laws. 

Section 7. Female Dogs in Heat: Every female dog in heat shall be confined 
in a building or secure enclosure in such manner that such female dog cannot 
come into contact with another animal except for planned breeding. 

Section 8. Quarantining of Dogs and Other Animals: Any dog or other 
animal that bites a person shall be quarantined for ten (10) days when ordered by 
the Canine Control Officer. During quarantine, the animal so quarantined shall 
be securely confined and kept from contact with any other animal. At the discre- 
tion of the Canine Control Officer, the quarantine may be on the premises of the 
owner. If the Canine Control Officer requires other confinement, the owner shall 
surrender the animal for the quarantine period to an animal shelter or shall, at 
his own expense, place it in a veterinary hospital. 

Section 9. Animals suspected of being rabid: No Police Officer or other per- 
son shall kill, or cause to be killed, any animal suspected of being rabid, except 
after the animal has been placed in quarantine and the diagnosis of rabies made 
by a licensed veterinarian. If a veterinarian diagnoses rabies in an animal in 
quarantine, then the animal shall be humanely killed and the head of such animal 
sent to a laboratory for pathological examination and confirmation of diagnosis. 



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Section 10. Hindering the Bylaw Enforcement: Any Canine Control Officer 
or Humane Officer shall have police powers in the enforcement of this Bylaw and 
no person shall interfere with, hinder, molest or abuse any Canine Control Of- 
ficer or Humane Officer in the exercise of such powers. 

Section 11. If Parts of Bylaw are Invalid: If any part of this Bylaw shall be 
held invalid, such part shall be deemed severable and the invalidity thereof shall 
not affect the remaining parts of this Bylaw. No provision or interpretation of a 
provision of this Bylaw is intended to be either in conflict with, or an attempt to 
change, any statutory provision in Chapter 140 pertaining to dogs. 

Section 12. Definitions: 

A. Animal Shelter: Any premises designated by the Board of Selectmen for 
the purpose of impounding and caring for animals held under authority of this 
Bylaw. 

B. Canine Control Officer: Any person or persons appointed by the Board of 
Selectmen as the Dog Officer or Officers under the provisions of Chapter 140, 
Sections 151 and 151 A of the General Laws to carry out the provisions of this 
Bylaw. In the absence of the Canine Control Officer, the Board of Selectmen shall 
appoint a deputy who shall perform the duties of the Canine Control Officer(s). 

C. Humane Officer: Any person designated by the Humane Society as a law 
enforcement officer and who qualifies to perform such duties under the laws of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

D. Humane Society: Any organization for the prevention of cruelty to 
animals incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

E. Owner or Keeper: Any person, having reached the age of majority (18 
years of age), who owns, keeps or harbors dogs. 

F. Person: An individual, partnership, company or corporation. 

G. Veterinary Hospital: An establishment maintained and operated by a 
licensed veterinarian for the boarding of animals or the diagnosis and treatment 
of diseases and injuries of animals. 

or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee as amended*: 

Voted: That the Town delete Section 13 of Chapter V of the Town Bylaws, 
and substitute therefor Chapter XX, Canine Control Bylaw, as set forth in Arti- 
cle 15. 

♦Section 3 amended by inserting "issue a warning or" between the words 
"shall and enter." The beginning of the first sentence is amended to read as 
follows: The Canine Control Officer shall issue a warning or enter and pros- 
ecute. . . . 

Boston, Massachusetts May 7, 1979 

The foregoing amendment to general bylaws adopted under Article 15 of the 
warrant for the Wakefield Annual Town Meeting held March 12, 1979, is hereby 
approved. 

Francis X. Bellotti 
Attorney General 

ARTICLE 16 
To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the Bylaws of the 
Town of Wakefield, the so-called Personnel Administration Bylaw, by adding to 
Schedule A — Administrative (Non-Union) the position of Assistant Dog Officer 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 99 

S-6, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate a sufficient sum 
of money, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Esther P. No well 
and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 17 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money as the Town of Wakefield's share of funds necessary for participation in 
Title VII of the Older Americans Act, together with other cities and towns form- 
ing part of Maiden Action, Inc., and in connection therewith, to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to make application for and receive and expend any Federal 
Grants available for that purpose. 

Council on Aging 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $5,705.00 as the 
Town of Wakefield's share of funds necessary for participation in Title VII of the 
Older Americans Act, together with other cities and towns forming part of 
Maiden Action, Inc., and in connection therewith, to authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to make application for, and receive and expend any Federal Grants 
available for that purpose. 

ARTICLE 18 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money as its share of the Town's participation in Mystic Elder Home Care, In- 
corporated, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for any federal or 
state Grants for this purpose, as such grants become available and applicable, 
and to expend same without further appropriation. 

Council on Aging 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,506.60 as its 
share of the Town's participation in Mystic Valley Elder Home Care, Incor- 
porated, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for any federal or state 
Grants for this purpose, as such grants become available and applicable, and to 
expend same without further appropriation. 

ARTICLE 19 

To see if the Town will vote to accept Chapter 639 of the Acts of 1977 which 
adds a new Section 7 IE to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 71, and pro- 
vides for the establishment of varying accounts for use by the School Committee 
in connection with the conduct of adult education and continuing programs, sum- 
mer school programs and the use of school property. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 20 
To see if the Town will vote to increase the number of members of the 
Municipal Light Board from three (3) Commissioners to five (5) Commissioners, 



100 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



commencing at the annual meeting of 1980, by electing two additional commis- 
sioners, one for a term of three years, and one for a term of two years, and 
thereafter for terms of three years, all in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 164, Section 55, as amended by Chapter 
156 of the Acts of 1977. 

F. Leo Delory 
and Others 

The Finance Committee motion for Indefinite Postponement failed. 

On motion by F. Leo Delory: 

Voted: That the Town vote to increase the number of members of the 
Municipal Light Board from three (3) Commissioners to five (5) Commissioners, 
commencing at the annual meeting of 1980, by electing two additional commis- 
sioners, one for a term of three years, and one for a term of two years, and 
thereafter for terms of three years, all in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 164, Section 55, as amended by Chapter 
156 of the Acts of 1977. 

ARTICLE 21 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observance of Veterans' Day, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Raymond O. Jay 
and Others 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $100.00 to carry out 
the purposes of Article 21. 

ARTICLE 22 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observance of Memorial Day, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Raymond O. Jay 
and Others 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,500.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 22. 

ARTICLE 23 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to be used in conjunction with and in addition to any funds allotted by the 
Commonwealth for the construction, reconstruction, and improvement of town 
roads and to authorize the Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen 
to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town in anticipation of reimbursement 
from the Commonwealth and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire 
by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in 
connection therewith, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
apply for, receive and expend any funds allotted by the Commonwealth for the 
construction, reconstruction and improvement of town roads, and to authorize 
the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow and issue 
notes or bonds of the Town in anticipation of reimbursement from the Com- 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 101 

monwealth, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by purchase 
or eminent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection 
therewith, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1.00. 

A motion for adjournment by Mr. Yebba, Chairman of the Board of Select- 
men, until Monday, March 26, 1979 in the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior 
High School, Main Street, was seconded and the Moderator declared the motion 
carried. The meeting adjourned at 10:46 P.M. The attendance at this session was 
290. 
A True Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



ADJOURNED SESSION, MARCH 26, 1979 

The fifth session was called to order by Moderator, Roger H. Wingate, at 
7:30 P.M. The visitors were introduced as well as the pages from Mr. Miksen's 
Government Class, who were given a round of applause for offering their services 
the night before exams. The Moderator announced a reconsideration had been 
filed on the vote taken under Article 20 by Mr. E. Sheehan. This reconsideration 
required a two-thirds vote. The Moderator declared the motion did not carry. 

ARTICLE 24 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
Town Ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private ways listed below, and to authorize the acquisition by purchase or emi- 
nent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection 
therewith for construction, reconstruction and mainteinance, to slope land back 
from street lines and to construct retaining walls in land adjoining the location of 
said way in accordance with applicable sections of the Massachusetts General 
Laws: 

Central Street — beginning at the easterly end of the existing limit of 

the public way thence running southeasterly a distance of 400 feet to its 

intersection with Pleasant Street. 

Board of Public Works 



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The motion by Finance Committee for Indefinite Postponement did not 
carry. 

On motion by Finance Committee as amended by Mr. G. Carino: 

Voted: That the Town accept and adopt under the Betterment Act, the 
report of the Board of Public Works on the acceptance and layout of construction 
of Central Street as described in Article 24, and to authorize the Board of Public 
Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and 
easements necessary in connection therewith for the construction, reconstruc- 
tion, maintenance and repair; and to further authorize the Board of Public Works 
to take slope easements on the land adjoining the location of said proposed Town 
Ways in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 82, Section 32B of the 
General Laws, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate the 
sum of $376,500.00 for the construction and acceptance of Central Street, 
without sidewalks. 

The vote was: Yes, 227; No, 11. Necessary for two-thirds vote, 158. 

ARTICLE 25 

To see if the Town will vote to make specific repairs to certain private ways 
in the Town in accordance with, and under the provisions of Section 19, Chapter 
VII of the General Bylaws of the Town as follows: 

(a) Layton Avenue — beginning at its westerly intersection with 
Hopkins Street and running northeasterly a distance of approximately 
304 feet to its intersection with Lantern Lane; 

(b) Turnbull Avenue — beginning at its southerly intersection with 
Emerald Street and running northerly a distance of approximately 610 
feet to its intersection with Salem Street; 

(c) Wyoma Street — beginning at its southerly intersection with 
Lakeview Avenue and running northerly a distance of 360 feet to its in- 
tersection with Winnisimmette Avenue. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $31,000.00 for 
specific repairs to certain private ways in the Town in accordance with and under 
the provisions of Section 19, Chapter VII of the General Bylaws of the Town, 
said sum of money to be allocated as follows: 

$31,000.00 for specific repairs to Turnbull Avenue as described in 

paragraph (b). 

ARTICLE 26 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to accept, 
or to take by eminent domain proceedings conveyances or easements from time 
to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, sewers, 
water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate a sufficient 
sum of money to carry out the purpose of this article. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
accept, or to take by eminent domain proceedings, conveyances or easements 
from time to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, 
sewers, water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate the 
sum of $100.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 26. 



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103 



ARTICLE 27 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the collection and/or disposal of garbage, rubbish and refuse, or take 
any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $163,000.00 for the 
collection of and/or disposal of garbage, rubbish and refuse, and to provide 
therefor, the sum of $153,301.98 be raised and appropriated from tax levy and 
the sum of $9,698.02 be appropriated by transfer from the following available 
balances: 







Article 


Year 




No. 


1970 






1976 




10 


1977 




20 


1977 




4 


1975 




7 


1978 




38 


1976 




15 


1976- 


- Special 


10 


1976 




9 


1975 




38 


1978 




36 


1976 




30 


1975 




41 


1976 




31 


1977- 


- Special 


9 


1978 




41 


1978 




45 


1978 




26 


1975 




21 


1977- 


- Special 


1 



1976 



17 



Title 

Purchase of Special Equipment 
Retarded Children's Camp Program 
Retarded Children's Camp Program 
1978 Center Street Parking Area 
Bicentennial Committee 
Observance Christmas Season 
Indemnification Police Officers 
Indemnification Police Officers 
Mosquito Control Program 
Mosquito Control Program 
Observance Memorial Day 
Observance Memorial Day 
Observance Memorial Day 
Observance Veterans Day 
Title 7 Older American Act 
Install Gate Nasella Playground 
Construction Parking Lot Col. Connelly 
Eminent Domain Easements 
Replacement of Concrete Sidewalks 
Public Works Employment Act of 1976 
Title II (PL 369) Selectmen Election 
Federal Revenue Grant Account 
Signalization of North Ave., Prospect 
St., and Church St. Topics Program 



Amount 

$ 1.27 

714.53 

1,005.31 

11.60 

452.00 

174.00 

50.00 

132.00 

.32 

.34 

.91 

5.48 

4.88 

6.32 

3,399.00 

1,000.00 

453.25 

100.00 

102.95 



1,683.86 



400.00 



ARTICLE 28 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money for the construction of storm drains 
across private land and in or across streets as the Board of Public Works may 
deem necessary, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by pur- 
chase or by right of eminent domain, easements in and over private lands, 
necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of said storm drains. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$34,300.00 for the construction of storm drains across private land and in or 
across streets as the Board of Public Works may deem necessary, and to 
authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by purchase or by right of emi- 



104 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

nent domain, easements in and over private lands, necessary for the construc- 
tion, maintenance and repair of said storm drains. 

ARTICLE 29 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to apply 
for, accept and expand Federal and State Grants for the purpose of a comprehen- 
sive lake management and restoration program for Lake Quannapowitt, and to 
raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this 
article. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $20,000.00 to carry 
out the purposes of Article 29. 

ARTICLE 30 

To see if the Town will vote to accept Chapter 83, Section 16A, 16B, 16C, 
16D, 16E and 16F of Massachusetts General Laws, as enacted by Chapter 586 of 
the Acts of 1977, and that the Town Clerk file a certificate of such acceptance 
with the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds and to perform any and all 
other acts necessary or required as set forth in Chapter 83 Section 16A for the 
implementation of same. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town accept Chapter 83, Sections 16A, 16B, 16C, 16D, 16E 
and 16F of Massachusetts Laws, as enacted by Chapter 586 of the Acts of 1977, 
and that the Town Clerk is instructed to file a certificate of such acceptance with 
the Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds and to perform any and all other 
acts necessary or required as set forth in Chapter 83 Section 16 A for the im- 
plementation of same. 

A motion to amend this Article by William Benedetto failed. 

ARTICLE 31 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and/or to transfer from 
available funds a sufficient sum of money to construct or reconstruct sidewalks 
and curbs on various public streets in the Town, and to authorize the Board of 
Public Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and 
easements necessary in connection therewith for construction, to slope land back 
from street lines and to construct retaining walls. All new construction to be 
done under the Betterment Act. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$10,000.00 to construct or reconstruct sidewalks and curbs on various public 
streets in the Town, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by 
purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in con- 
nection therewith for construction, to slope land back from street lines and to 
construct retaining walls, all new construction to be done under the Betterment 
Act. 

ARTICLE 32 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to con- 



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struct or reconstruct water mains across private lands and/or in or across 
highways hereinafter named and to see if the Town will raise and appropriate a 
sufficient sum of money therefor and/or authorize the Treasurer with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town 
therefor and/or appropriate by transfer from available balances and authorize 
the Board of Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain 
easements and rights on and over private land necessary for the construction, 
reconstruction, maintenance and repair of said water mains: 

Montclare Avenue — beginning at the existing end of the eight (8) inch 
water main on Montclare Avenue, thence running approximately 400 
feet southeasterly along said Montclare Avenue (also known as Upper 
Acorn Avenue) to a dead end. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 33 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to con- 
struct or reconstruct sanitary sewers across private lands and/or in or across 
highways hereinafter named and to see if the Town will raise and appropriate a 
sufficient sum of money therefor and/or authorize the Treasurer with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town 
therefor and/or appropriate by transfer from available balances and authorize 
the Board of Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain 
easements and rights on and over private land necessary for the construction, 
reconstruction, maintenance and repair of said sewers: 

(a) Bateman Court — from a proposed manhole on Cottage Street 
thence 260 feet northwesterly across private land to the center line of 
Bateman Court; 

(b) New Salem Street — from an existing sewer manhole at the intersec- 
tion of the Mill River Trunk sewer with New Salem Street thence 
southwesterly along New Salem Street a distance of 920 feet to the land 
of Wakefield Sanitation; 

(c) Repair of Industrial Trunk Sewer — near Teal road; 

(d) Water Street — beginning at an existing sewer manhole at the in- 
tersection of Melvin Street with Water Street thence running easterly 
280 feet to a proposed manhole near Clayton Foundry; 

(e) Various streets as the Board of Public Works deems necessary and 
feasible to construct or extend main sewers for the safety and conven- 
ience of the general public. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously: That the Town authorize and instruct the Board of 
Public Works to construct sewers in the following streets: 

(a) Bateman Court, 

(c) Repair of Industrial Trunk Sewer — Teal Road, 

(e) Various streets, 
all as described in Article 33, and in/or across various streets as the Board of 
Public Works deems necessary and feasible, and to provide therefor, the Town 
raise and appropriate the sum of $21,000.00 from tax levy, and to authorize the 
Board of Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain pro- 



106 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

ceedings, easements and rights in and over private land necessary for the con- 
struction, reconstruction, maintenance and repair of said sewers. 

ARTICLE 34 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to enter 
into a Lease or other occupancy arrangement for a period of three (3) years, with 
the Historical Society for the use of a room or rooms at the Americal Civic Center 
for a nominal consideration and upon such other terms as the Board of Public 
Works may deem to be necessary or required, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to enter into a 
Lease or other occupancy arrangement for a period of three (3) years with the 
Historical Society for the use of a room or rooms at the Americal Civic Center for 
the nominal consideration of $1.00 per year, and upon such other terms and con- 
ditions as the Board may deem necessary or required. 

ARTICLE 35 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to pur- 
chase or take by eminent domain, for playground purposes, Lots 46 and 46AA, 
Plat 29 of the Wakefield Assessors' Maps, comprising in total approximately 
2.84 acres, and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate a sufficient 
sum of money; and provided further, that the Board of Public Works be author- 
ized and empowered to enter into and execute purchase and sale agreements, 
orders of taking and other instruments or documents necessary or required to ac- 
complish the foregoing, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to purchase or 
take by eminent domain, for playground purposes, Lots 46 and 46AA, Plat 29 of 
the Wakefield Assessors' Maps, comprising in total approximately 2.84 acres, 
and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000 and 
further, that the Town authorize and empower the Board of Public Works to 
enter into and execute purchase and sale agreements, orders of taking and other 
instruments or documents necessary or required to accomplish the foregoing. 

The Moderator declared this motion carried by a two-thirds vote. 

ARTICLE 36 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
Town Ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private way listed below, and to authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent 
domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection therewith for 
construction, reconstruction and maintenance, to slope land back from street 
lines and to construct retaining walls and drains in land adjoining the location of 
said way in accordance with applicable sections of the Massachsuetts General 
Laws: 

(a) Rivers Lane — from its intersection with Farm Street thence run- 
ning northeasterly approximately 302 feet to a turnaround; 
and that the Town vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money for 
the construction and/or acceptance of this way as a public way, or the extension 



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or widening thereof, including land damage and cost of pavement, retaining 
walls, drains, sidewalks and curbs as necessary to conform to the specification 
approved by the Board of Public Works, or take any other action in relation 
thereto. 

Paul J. Faucher 
and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinte Postponement. 

On motion of Mr. Louis Greene: That the Northeast Regional Vocational 
School portion of the Budget be now taken from the Table. 
The Moderator, Mr. Wingate declared the motion carried. 

On motion by Finance Committee as amended* by Mr. Greene: 
Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $221,789.28 for the 
Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School portion of the Education 
Budget of Article 2, and that the total to be raised and appropriated for the 
Education portion of Article 2 be in the amount of $9,977,647.40. 
♦That the payment of the appropriation for the Northeast Metropolitan 
Regional Vocational School as required by an agreement between the Town of 
Wakefield and the Northeast Regional Vocational School District, be made only 
after compliance by the Northeast Regional Vocational School District with the 
budget submission requirements as set forth in said Agreement. 

ARTICLE 37 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the bylaws of the 
Town of Wakefield, the so-called Personnel Administration Bylaw, by adding to 
Schedule A — Administrative (Non-Union) the position of Director of Elderly 
Services, S-6 and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate a suffi- 
cient sum of money, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the Bylaws of the Town of 
Wakefield, the so-called Personnel Administration Bylaw, by adding to Schedule 
A, Administrative Non-Union, the position "Director of Elderly Service, S-6", 
and the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,257.80 to be allocated to the 
personal services portion of the Council on Aging Budget for the fiscal period 
July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980. 

ARTICLE 38 

To see what sum the Town will vote to return to the Town Treasury from the 
balance in the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of June 30, 
1979, and to authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the tax rate 
for the fiscal period ending June 30, 1980, and also to see what sum the Town will 
authorize the Municipal Light Department to transfer from the balance of its 
Operating Fund as of June 30, 1979, to the Construction fund of the Municipal 
Light Department. 

Municipal Light Commissioners 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town return to the Town Treasury the sum of $300,000.00 
from the balance of the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of 
June 30, 1979, and to authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the 
tax rate for the fiscal year 1980. The balance remaining in the Operating Fund as 



108 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

of June 30, 1979, after the transfer, shall be retained in the Operating Fund and 
subject to further Town Meeting action. 

A motion for reconsideration of the vote taken under Article 30 by Mr. W. 
Berggren failed to carry the moderator declared. 

ARTICLE 39 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Assessors to use such 
free cash as may be in the treasury or any part thereof in computing the tax rate 
for the fiscal period ending June 30, 1980. 

John J. McCarthy 
Town Accountant 
On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

At 10:45 P.M. Mr. Charles Willis, Chairman of the Finance Committee, 
moved: 

That this Wakefield Annual Town Meeting of 1979 be now dissolved. The 
Moderator declared the motion carried. 

Mr. Yebba, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, thanked the auxiliary 
firemen for their attendance, the Finance Committee, and the Moderator. 

The attendance at this final session was 303. 
A True Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING, MAY 31, 1979 

Mr. Roger Wingate, Moderator, opened the meeting at 7:30 P.M. in the 
auditorium of the Wakefield Memorial Junior High School, Main Street, 
Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

On motion of the Finance Committee, Mr. Charles Willis, Chairman, moved 
that further reading of the Warrant with the exception of the Constable's return 
be dispensed with. The motion was carried and the Constable's return was read 
by the Town Clerk. 

Mr. Wingate then proceeded to make the introduction of visitors among 
whom were: Jeremy Long, born and raised in England and who is interested in 
the local government, the AFS student from Iceland, Eydis Sveninbjarnardottir 
whose American parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wixted, Derek Durston from 
Johannesburg, South Africa, house guest of Dr. and Mrs. John Robertson, and 
Dr. Thibeault of Ipswich. 

The duly appointed tellers for the evening were: E. Reid, W. Jefferson, A. 
Kuklinski, J. Fletcher, George Koulouris and R. Tabb. 

As an introduction to the warrant, Mr. Willis, who was recognized by the 
Moderator, noted that as the result of collective bargaining, all articles involving 
money would require a two-thirds vote, due to the fact that the Town had exceed- 
ed the tax cap. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the International Association of Firefighters 
Local 1478, for the period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1980 by adopting the 
following schedules: 



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FIRE WEEKLY SALARY SCHEDULE 
Effective July 1, 1978 through December 31, 1978 
Compensation 

Grade Min. I II III Max. IV 

F-l $235.00 $245.00 $253.00 $263.00 

F-2 292.00 319.00 

F-3 ■ 351.00 367.00 

Effective January 1, 1979 through June 30, 1979 

F-l $256.00 $267.00 $276.00 $287.00 

F-2 318.00 348.00 

F-3 383.00 400.00 

Effective July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980 

F-l $270.00 $282.00 $291.00 $303.00 

F-2 335.00 367.00 

F-3 404.00 422.00 

and that the Town raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds, a suf- 
ficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this article. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement between the Town of Wakefield and the International Association of 
Firefighters Local 1478 for the period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1980, by 
adopting the Fire Weekly Salary Schedules as set forth in Article 1 of the Special 
Town Meeting Warrant, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate or transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of 
$226,653.07, said sum to be allocated as follows: 

To supplement the Personal Services Account of 

the Fire Department Budget for the fiscal period 

July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979, from the 

Excess and Deficiency Account, the sum of $ 60,373.99 

To supplement the Materials and Supplies portion 

of the Fire Department budget for the fiscal 

period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979, from 

the Excess and Deficiency Account, the sum of 1,325.00 

To supplement the Personal Services Account of 

the Fire Department Budget for the fiscal period 

July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980, from tax levy, 

the sum of 162,304.08 

To supplement the Materials and Supplies portion 

of the Fire Department Budget for the fiscal 

period July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980, from 

tax levy, the sum of 2,650.00 



ARTICLE 2 
To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Patrolmen's Association for 
the Period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1980 by adopting the following 
schedules: 



110 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

POLICE WEEKLY SALARY SCHEDULE 
Effective July 1, 1978 through December 31, 1978 
Compensation 

Grade Min. I II III Max. IV 

P-l $235.00 $245.00 $253.00 $263.00 

P-2 292.00 319.00 

P-3 351.00 367.00 

Effective January 1, 1979 through June 30, 1979 
P-l $256.00 $267.00 $276.00 $287.00 

P-2 318.00 348.00 

P-3 383.00 400.00 

Effective July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980 

P-l $270.00 $282.00 $291.00 $303.00 

P-2 335.00 367.00 

P-3 404.00 422.00 

and that the Town raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds, a suf- 
ficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this article. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement between the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Patrolmen's 
Association for the period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1980, by adopting the 
Police Weekly Salary Schedules as set forth in Article 2 of the Special Town 
Meeting Warrant, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate or 
transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of $209,538.20, said 
sum to be allocated as follows: 

To supplement the Personal Services Account of 

the Police Department Budget for the fiscal period 

July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979, from the 

Excess and Deficiency Account, the sum of $ 48,353.76 

To supplement the Materials and Supplies portion 

of the Police Department Budget for the fiscal 

period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979, from 

the Excess and Deficiency Account, the sum of 1,250.00 

To supplement the Personal Services Account of 

the Police Department Budget for the fiscal period 

July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980, from tax levy, 

the sum of 157,434.44 

To supplement the Materials and Supplies portion 

of the Police Department Budget for the fiscal 

period July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980, from 

tax levy, the sum of 2,500.00 



ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a collective bargaining agreement 
between the town of Wakefield and the American Federation of State, County 
and Municipal Employees for the period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1980 by 
adopting the following general weekly wage schedules: 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 111 

GENERAL WEEKLY SALARY SCHEDULE 

July 1, 1978 through March 31, 1979 



Compensation 












Grade 


Min. 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


C-l 


$127.50 


$133.85 


$140.80 


$144.90 


$149.00 


C-2 


133.85 


140.80 


149.00 


153.15 


157.20 


C-3 


140.80 


149.00 


157.20 


162.00 


166.75 


C-4 


149.00 


157.20 


166.75 


172.20 


177.55 


C-5 


157.20 


166.75 


177.55 


183.55 


190.05 


C-6 


166.75 


177.55 


190.05 


197.40 


204.65 


C-7 


177.55 


190.05 


204.65 


212.90 


221.15 




April 


1, 1979 through June 30, 


1979 




C-l 


$130.05 


$136.55 


$143.60 


$147.80 


$152.00 


C-2 


136.55 


143.60 


152.00 


156.20 


160.35 


C-3 


143.60 


152.00 


160.35 


165.25 


170.10 


C-4 


152.00 


160.35 


170.10 


175.65 


181.10 


C-5 


160.35 


170.10 


181.10 


187.20 


193.85 


C-6 


170.10 


181.10 


193.85 


201.35 


208.75 


C-7 


181.10 


193.85 


208.75 


217.15 


225.55 




July 


1, 1979 through June 30, 


1980 




C-l 


$137.85 


$144.75 


$152.20 


$156.65 


$161.10 


C-2 


144.75 


152.20 


161.10 


165.55 


169.95 


C-3 


152.20 


161.10 


169.95 


175.15 


180.30 


C-4 


161.10 


169.95 


180.30 


186.20 


191.95 


C-5 


169.95 


180.30 


191.95 


198.45 


205.50 


C-6 


180.30 


191.95 


205.50 


213.45 


221.30 


C-7 


191.95 


205.50 


221.30 


230.20 


239.10 



and that the Town raise and appropriate, or transfer from available funds, a suf- 
ficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this article. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining 
Agreement between the Town of Wakefield and the American Federation of 
State, County and Municipal Employees for the period July 1, 1978 through 
June 30, 1980, by adopting the General Weekly Salary Schedule as set forth in 
Article 3 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant, and to provide therefor that the 
Town raise and appropriate by transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account 
the sum of $67,298.37, to supplement the personal services accounts of the 
various departments of the Town as follows: 

For the fiscal period July 1, 1978 through 

June 30, 1979, the sum of $21,734.42 

For the fiscal period July 1, 1979 through 

June 30, 1980, the sum of 45,563.95 

said sums to be allocated to the various departments of the Town as follows: 





Fiscal 


Fiscal 




1979 


1980 


Selectmen's Department 


$ 606.95 


$1,294.80 


Accounting Department 


2,143.70 


5,202.60 


Data Processing 


1,060.15 


2,514.20 


Treasurer's Department 


1,519.05 


3,497.50 


Tax Collector's Department 


1,723.55 


4,157.00 



508.11 


3,333.30 


596.45 


1,397.80 


564.00 


1,318.20 


2,623.31 


1,377.75 


1,227.85 


2,982.20 


657.80 


1,534.00 


564.20 


1,318.20 


1,171.30 


2,688.40 


6,768.00 


9,467.00 




3,133.00 




348.00 



112 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Assessors' Department 
Building Department 
Health Department 
Veterans' Department 
Retirement Department 
Group Insurance 
Fire Department 
Police Department 
Public Works Department 
Town Clerk's Department 
Registrar's Department 



ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Schedule A of Chapter XVII of the Per- 
sonnel Administration Bylaw by deleting therefrom the following classes and 
substituting in place thereof the following: 

SCHEDULE A 
CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS BY OCCUPATIONAL 
GROUPS OR DEPARTMENTAL ASSIGNMENT AND 
ALLOCATION TO COMPENSATION GRADES 
Manual Class (Union) 

Working Foreman — Mechanics W-9 

Working Foreman W-8 

Special Motor Equipment Operator W-7 

Mechanic W-7 

Tree Climber W-6 

Lead Rubbish Truck Operator W-6 

Heavy Motor Equipment Operator W-5 

Maintenance Craftsman W-5 

Pumping Station Operator W-4 

Rubbish Truck Operator W-4 

Maintenance Man W-3 

Motor Equipment Operator W-3 

Rubbish Collector W-3 

Building Custodian W-2 

Equipment Lubricator W-2 

Stockroom Attendant W-2 

Laborer W-l 

Department of Public Works 

Town Engineer S-15 

Highway Supervisor S-13 

Park and Forestry Supervisor S-13 

Office Manager S-13 

Water and Sewer Supervisor S-13 

Project Engineer S-13 

Building Manager S-12 

Master Mechanic S- 1 1 

Surveyor S-ll 

♦Administrative Assistant S-9 

Cemetery Supervisor S-9 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 113 

Draftsman S-8 

Public Works Inspector S-8 

Senior Engineering Aide S-7 

Engineering Aide S-4 

Library 

Director, Library Services L-14A 

Assistant Director, Library Services L-l 1 A 

Head of Technical Services L-10 

Senior Librarian L-9 

Librarian L-8 

Library Circulation Administrator L-7 

Library Custodian L-6 

Library Office Assistant L-6A 

Senior Library Assistant L-5 

Library Assistant L-4 

Adminstrative (Non-Union) 

Town Accountant S-15 

Assistant Town Accountant S-13 

Assistant Assessor S-13 

Computer Programmer S-13 

Personnel Administrator S-13 

Senior Accountant S-12 

♦Computer Programmer-Operator S-10 

Accountant S-9 

Public Health Nurse S-9 

♦Research Analyst S-9 

Personnel Specialist S-8 

Dog Officer S-8 

Administrative Secretary /Board of Selectmen S-7 

Legal Secretary S-6 

♦Director, Elderly Services S-6 

Personnel Office Assistant S-5 

Veterans' Agent and Director, Veterans' Services (Part time) M-7 

Health Agent (Part time) M-7 

Inspection (Non-Union) 

Building Inspector S-13 

♦Plumbing and Gas Inspector (Part time) M-5 

♦Sealer of Weights and Measures (Part time) M-4 

Assistant Building Inspector (Part time) M-5 

♦Wire Inspector (Part time) M-4 

Miscellaneous (Non-Union) 

Master Mechanic — Selectmen S-l 1 

♦Temporary Laborer (Part time and Seasonal) M-3 

♦Police Matron M-2 

Library Matron M-2 

♦Library Assistant Custodian M-2 

♦Library Page M-l 
♦Effective 7/1/79 
or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Personnel Advisory Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of the 



114 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Town of Wakefield, the so-called "Personnel Administration Bylaw," by deleting 
therefrom Schedule A of Section 6, and substituting in place therefor Schedule A 
as set forth in Article 4 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 

ARTICLE 5 
To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter XVII of the General Bylaws of 
the Town, said amendment effective on the dates set forth below, by deleting 
Schedules B-l and B-3 and Grades L-ll and L-14 of B-2 therefrom and 
substituting the following: 

SCHEDULE B-l 
General Weekly Salary Schedule 
July 1, 1978 thru March 31, 1979 





Min. 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


S-l 


$124.50 


$131.20 


$138.50 


$142.85 


$147.15 


S-2 


131.20 


138.50 


147.15 


151.55 


155.80 


S-3 


138.50 


147.15 


155.80 


160.90 


165.90 


S-4 


147.25 


155.80 


165.90 


171.65 


177.30 


S-5 


155.80 


165.90 


177.30 


183.55 


190.05 


S-6 


165.90 


177.30 


190.05 


197.40 


204.65 


S-7 


177.30 


190.05 


204.65 


212.90 


221.15 


S-8 


190.05 


204.65 


221.15 


230.15 


239.20 


S-9 


204.65 


221.15 


239.20 


249.55 


259.80 


S-10 


222.20 


240.35 


261.00 


272.30 


283.35 


S-ll 


240.35 


261.00 


283.35 


295.65 


307.90 


S-12 


261.00 


283.35 


307.90 


322.35 


336.75 


S-l 3 


283.35 


307.90 


336.75 


351.85 


367.00 


S-14 


307.90 


336.75 


367.00 


383.15 


399.25 


S-l 5 


336.75 


367.00 


399.25 


417.50 


435.55 




Apri 


1, 1979 thru June 30, 


1979 




S-l 


$127.00 


$133.80 


$141.25 


$145.70 


$150.10 


S-2 


133.80 


141.25 


150.10 


154.60 


158.90 


S-3 


141.25 


150.10 


158.90 


164.10 


169.20 


S-4 


150.20 


158.90 


169.20 


175.10 


180.85 


S-5 


158.90 


169.20 


180.85 


187.20 


193.85 


S-6 


169.20 


180.85 


193.85 


201.35 


208.75 


S-7 


180.85 


193.85 


208.75 


217.15 


225.55 


S-8 


193.85 


208.75 


225.50 


234.75 


244.00 


S-9 


208.75 


225.55 


244.00 


254.55 


265.00 


S-10 


222.20 


240.35 


261.00 


272.30 


283.35 


S-ll 


240.35 


261.00 


283.35 


295.65 


307.90 


S-12 


261.00 


283.35 


307.90 


322.35 


336.75 


S-13 


283.35 


307.90 


336.75 


351.85 


367.00 


S-14 


307.90 


336.75 


367.00 


383.15 


399.25 


S-15 


336.75 


367.00 


399.25 


417.50 


435.55 




July 


1, 1979 thru June 30, ] 


1980 




S-l 


$134.60 


$141.85 


$149.75 


$154.45 


$159.10 


S-2 


141.85 


149.75 


159.10 


163.90 


168.45 


S-3 


149.75 


159.10 


168.45 


173.95 


179.35 


S-4 


159.20 


168.45 


179.35 


185.60 


191.70 


S-5 


168.45 


179.35 


191.70 


198.45 


205.50 


S-6 


179.35 


191.70 


205.50 


213.45 


221.30 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



115 



S-7 


191.70 


205.50 


221.30 


230.20 


239.10 


S-8 


205.50 


221.30 


239.05 


248.85 


258.65 


S-9 


221.30 


239.05 


258.65 


269.80 


280.90 


S-10 


235.55 


254.75 


276.65 


288.65 


300.35 


S-ll 


254.75 


276.65 


300.35 


313.40 


326.35 


S-12 


276.65 


300.35 


326.35 


341.70 


356.95 


S-13 


300.35 


326.35 


356.95 


372.95 


389.00 


S-14 


326.35 


356.95 


389.00 


406.15 


423.20 


S-15 


356.95 


389.00 


423.20 


442.55 


461.70 



Grade 

L-6A 

L-11A 

L-14A 

L-6A 

L-11A 

L-14A 

L-6A 

L-11A 

L-14A 



M-l 

M-2 

(Hourly) 

M-3 

(Hourly) 

M-3A 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-4 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-5 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-6 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-7 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

(N/A - Not 



SCHEDULE B-2-A 
Library Weekly Salary Schedule (Non-Union) 

July 1, 1978 thru April 1, 1979 
Min II III IV 

$165.90 $177.30 $190.05 $197.40 

240.35 261.00 283.35 295.65 

307.90 336.75 367.00 383.15 

April 1, 1979 thru June 30, 1979 

$169.20 $180.85 $193.85 $201.35 

240.35 261.00 283.35 295.65 

307.90 336.75 367.00 383.15 

July 1, 1979 thru June 30, 1980 
$179.35 $191.70 $205.50 $213.45 

254.75 276.65 300.35 313.40 

326.35 356.95 389.00 406.15 

SCHEDULE B-3 
Miscellaneous Compensation Schedule for Part-Time 
and Seasonal Positions 
July 1, 1978 thru June 30, 1979 
Min II HI IV 

N/A 



3.22 

3.28 

44.58 
2318.00 

67.63 
3517.00 

82.88 
4310.00 

140.90 
7327.00 

147.50 

7670.00 

Applicable) 



3.28 

3.33 

46.85 
2436.00 

72.04 
3746.00 

88.13 
4583.00 

146.61 
7624.00 

153.14 
7963.00 



3.33 

3.46 

49.19 
2558.00 

76.35 
3970.00 

92.50 
4810.00 

152.65 
7938.00 

158.80 
8258.00 



51.15 
2660.00 

79.42 
4130.00 

96.80 
5034.00 

158.80 
8258.00 

165.37 
8599.00 



V 

$204.65 
307.90 
399.25 

$208.75 
307.90 
399.25 

$221.30 
326.35 
423.20 



53.21 
2767.00 

82.90 
4311.00 

100.30 
5216.00 

165.37 
8599.00 

171.90 
8939.00 



116 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



July 1, 1979 thru June 30, 1980 



Min II 

2.50 2.70 

2.70 2.90 

3.41 3.48 

3.48 3.53 

87.86 93.42 

4569.00 4858.00 

110.65 119.53 

5754.00 6216.00 

149.36 155.40 

7767.00 8081.00 

156.35 
8130.00 

and that the Town raise 
ficient sum of money to 



M-l 

(Hourly) 

M-l 

(Hourly) 

M-2 

(Hourly) 

M-3 

(Hourly) 

M-4 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-5 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-6 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 

M-7 

(Weekly) 

(Annual) 



III 

2.90 

3.10 

3.53 

3.67 

98.06 
5099.00 

129.33 
6725.00 

161.81 
8414.00 



IV V 

(effective 7/1/79) 
(effective 1/1/80) 



102.62 
5336.00 

134.90 
7015.00 

168.33 
8753.00 



106.33 
5529.00 

140.45 
7303.00 

175.29 
9115.00 



162.31 168.33 175.29 182.21 

8440.00 8753.00 9115.00 9475.00 

and appropriate, or transfer from available funds, a suf- 
carry out the purposes of this article. 

Personnel Advisorv Committee 



On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General 
Bylaws of the Town of Wakefield, the so-called "Personnel Administration 
Bylaw," by deleting therefrom Schedules B-l and B-3, and Grades L-6, L-ll and 
L-14 of Schedule B-2, and substituting in place thereof the Schedules as set forth 
in Article 5 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant, together with the effective 
dates therein, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate or 
transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of $124,005.56, to sup- 
plement the personal services accounts of the various departments of the Town 
as follows: 

For the fiscal period July 1, 1978 through June 30, 1979, 

from the Excess and Deficiency Account, the sum of $34,571.58 

For the fiscal period July 1, 1979 through June 30, 1980, 
from tax levy, the sum of 89,433.98 

said sums to be allocated to the various departments of the Town as follows: 



Selectmen's Department 
Accounting Department 
Data Processing 
Treasurer's Department 
Legal Department 
Personnel Department 
Finance Committee 



Fiscal 
1979 

1,704.04 
3,351.40 
1,816.10 
53.00 
1,931.50 
2,222.35 
525.96 



Fiscal 
1980 

$ 3,854.02 
7,438.60 
18,180.50 
110.00 
4,208.75 
5,086.90 
1,062.20 



105.30 


246.48 


2,072.47 


4,325.72 


295.00 


608.00 


734.70 


1,722.60 


1,278.20 


2,843.80 


506.00 


1,042.00 


308.19 


707.15 


417.30 


897.00 


417.30 


897.00 




2,132.20 




319.06 




1,189.50 


2,347.80 


5^232.50 


13,116.30 


24,565.00 


1,368.67 


2,765.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 117 

Civil Defense 

Building Department 

Sealer Weights & Measures 

Animal Inspector 

Board of Health 

Veterans' Department 

Group Insurance 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Assessors' Department 

Planning Board 

Council on Aging 

Library 

Public Works Department 

Public Works Department/Water 

ARTICLE 6 

To see if the Town will amend the Personnel Administration Bylaw by ad- 
ding a new paragraph (m) to Section 12, Sick Leave, to read as follows: 
(m) one third of an employee's accumulated and unused sick leave as 
defined in paragraph (c) of this section shall be paid to the employee 
upon his or her retirement under statute or upon the employee's death 
to the estate of the deceased or to other qualified persons under statute. 

Personnel Advisory Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend the Personnel Administration Bylaw by ad- 
ding thereto a new paragraph (m) to Section 12, Sick Leave, as set forth in Article 
6 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 

ARTICLE 7 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain police officers 
of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical, and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the officers in the performance of their duties, as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of the Massachusetts General Laws, 
in such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate by transfer from 
the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of $823.75 to carry out the purposes 
of Article 7, of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 

ARTICLE 8 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain firefighters of 
the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical, and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the firefighters in the performance of their duties as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of the Massachusetts General Laws, 
in such amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 



118 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate by transfer from 
the Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of $2,584.38 to carry out the pur- 
poses of Article 8 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to supplement the Contractual Services Account of the Data Processing 
Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980, or to take any other ac- 
tion in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the 
sum of $15,000.00 to supplement the Contractual Services Account of the Data 
Processing Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980. 

ARTICLE 10 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money for the replacement, installation and repair of light standards, fixtures, 
switches and other parts for the areas designated as Veterans Field, Hall Park, 
and the tennis courts located thereat, such sum of money to be expended by the 
Municipal Light Department, or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Recreation Commission 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the 
sum of $17,600.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 10 of the Special Town 
Meeting Warrant. 

ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from available 
funds, a sufficient sum of money to replace the boiler at the Dolbeare School, or 
to take any other action relative thereto. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the 
sum of $1,079.00 and transfer from the Dolbeare School Boiler Loss Reimburse- 
ment Account the sum of $23,345.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 11 of 
the Special Town Meeting Warrant, said sum of money to be expended under the 
direction of the School Committee. 

ARTICLE 12 

To see if the Town will vote to accept a gift of land from C. Laurence 
Blakeley, for municipal purposes, said parcel of land being shown as Lot 29, Plat 
2A of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans, and further described as follows: 

Northerly by Lot 27 of Plat 2 A of the Wakefield Assessors' Maps, about 

260 feet; 

Northeasterly by Lot 28 of said Map by land of the Town of Wakefield 

by two lines, 48 feet and 179 feet; Easterly by said Lot 28; 

Southerly by Lot 18 of Plat 3 of said Assessors' Maps, 441 feet; 

Northwesterly by Lot 25 of Plat 2A of said Assessors' Maps, 286 feet; 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 119 

and containing 2.59 acres of land, more or less, said parcel to be under the control 
and jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen, or to take any other action relative 
thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town accept as a gift from C. Laurence 
Blakeley the parcel of land described in Article 12 of the Special Town Meeting 
Warrant, to be used for municipal purposes, and said parcel of land to be under 
the control and jurisdiction of the Board of Selectmen. 

The Report was given by Planning Board Chairman, Mr. Terrence French, 
and is on file in the office of the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter II, Section 1 of the Town 
Bylaws by deleting therefrom Section 1 and substituting the following: 
Section 1. The Annual Town Meeting shall be held on the first Monday 
of March in each year, except in the years of a Presidential Primary, at 
which time the Board of Selectmen, by majority vote, may designate an 
earlier date not more than 35 days prior to the second Monday of March; 
and all matters to be considered at the Annual Town Meeting, other 
than the election of Town officers and such matters as are by law to be 
determined by ballot, shall be brought before the Town at a meeting to 
be held on the evening of the second Monday of March. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted — Majority: That the Town amend Chapter II, Section 1 of the Town 
Bylaws by deleting therefrom said Section 1 and substituting therefor a new Sec- 
tion 1 as set forth in Article 13 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 

Boston, Massachusetts 

The foregoing amendment to the general bylaws adopted under Article 13 of 
the Warrant at the Wakefield Special Town Meeting held May 31, 1979, is hereby 
approved. 

Francis X. Bellotti 
Attorney General 

ARTICLE 14 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter III of the General Bylaws of 
the Town by deleting therefrom Section 1, and substituting the following: 

Section 1. There shall be a Committee on Finance, who shall perform the 
duties set forth in this Chapter and be governed by the provisions thereof. Said 
Committee shall consist of fifteen members appointed by the Moderator for the 
term of three years. Five members shall be appointed thereto at the beginning of 
each fiscal year of the Town. Said Finance Committee shall, at its first meeting in 
each fiscal year, organize by the choice of a chairman, and a secretary, and shall 
cause to be kept a true record of its proceedings. The persons now serving 
thereon shall continue to serve until their successors are chosen at the beginning 
of each fiscal year. 

Finance Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter III, Section 1 of the Town Bylaws by 
deleting therefrom said Section 1 and substituting therefor a new Section 1 as 
set forth in Article 14 of the Special Town Meeting Warrant. 



120 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



ARTICLE 15 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
Town Ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private way listed below, and to authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent 
domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection therewith for 
construction, reconstruction and maintenance, to slope land back from street 
lines and to construct retaining walls in land adjoining the location of said way in 
accordance with applicable sections of the Massachusetts General Laws: 
Linda Road — beginning at its intersection with the easterly street line 
of North Avenue, thence running northeasterly a distance of 580 feet to 
the intersection of the westerly street line of Shore Road, 
and that the Town vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money for 
the construction and/or acceptance of this way as a public way, or the extension 
or widening thereof, including land damage and cost of pavement, retaining 
walls, sidewalks and curbs as necessary to conform to the specifications ap- 
proved by the Board of Public Works, or take any other action in relation 
thereto. Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted Unanimously: That the Town accept and adopt under the Betterment 
Act the report of the Board of Public Works on the acceptance and layout of the 
construction of Linda Road as described in Article 15, and to authorize the Board 
of Public Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights 
and easements necessary in connection therewith for the construction, 
reconstruction, maintenance and repair; and to further authorize the Board of 
Public Works to take slope easements on the land adjoining the location of said 
proposed Town Way in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 82, Section 
32B of the General Laws, and to provide therefor that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $42,800.00 in the following manner: 

(a) From tax levy, the sum of $39,800.00 

(b) From gift of the Quannapowitt Yacht Club 

for this specific purpose, the sum of $ 3,000.00 

$42,800.00 

The Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Alfred Yebba, moved to dissolve 
this Special Town Meeting. The motion was seconded and the Moderator, Mr. 
Wingate, declared the motion carried. There were 281 in attendance. 
A True Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING, JUNE 25, 1979 

The Moderator, Mr. Roger Wingate, called the Special Town Meeting to 
order at 7:30 P.M. in the auditorium of the Wakefield Junior High School, Main 
Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts. He announced the visitors as A. Loning of 
Burlington and Troop 707, Boy Scouts serving as pages. 

The duly appointed tellers were Mr. T. French and Mr. E. Reid. 

On motion by the Finance Committee, Mr. Willis moved that further reading 
of the Warrant, with the exception of the Constable's return be dispensed with. 
The Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

Before discussing Article 1, the audience was once more reminded that a two- 
thirds vote was required because of exceeding the tax cap. 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 121 

ARTICLE 1 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of $2,500.00 for the purpose of studying the feasibility 
of traffic lights or other traffic controls at Albion Street at its intersection with 
Broadway, Doyle Avenue, Paul Avenue and Jordan Avenue, said sum of money 
to be expended under the direction of the Municipal Light Department, or to 
take any other action relative thereto. 

John P. Cotter, Jr. 
and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$2,500.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 1. 

The vote was: Yes, 81; No, 3. Necessary for two-thirds, 56. 

ARTICLE 2 

To see if the Town will vote to increase the appropriation limit established by 
the State Legislature in the Acts of 1979 so that the School Department's ap- 
propriation limit for fiscal 1980 shall be $9,382,882.00. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town vote to increase the appropriation limit established 
by State Legislature in the Acts of 1979, so that the School Department's ap- 
propriation limit for the fiscal year July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980 shall be 
$9,382,882.00 

The vote was: Yes, 112; No, 3. 

Necessary for a two-thirds was 76. 

The Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Mr. Alfred Yebba moved that this 
Special Town Meeting be now dissolved. He called for applause of thanks to 
Troop 707, the Moderator, and yours truly, theXTown Clerk. 

The motion was seconded and the Moderator declared the motion carried. 

The attendance for this meeting was 151. 
A True Copy: 

Attest: THELMA E. RENNARD 
Town Clerk 



RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION MARCH 5, 1979 

Precincts 

12 3 4 5 Total 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 



John "Wally" 


Moccia, Jr. 


717 


499 


916 


536 


427 


3095 


Loretta M. O'Brien 


528 


441 


603 


341 


246 


2159 


All Others 










1 








1 


Blanks 




37 


45 


49 


42 


25 


198 


TOTAL 




1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 






MODERATOR 










Roger H. Wingate 


1000 


807 


1236 


741 


504 


4288 


All Others 






















Blanks 




282 


178 


333 


178 


194 


1165 


TOTAL 




1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 



122 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



TAX COLLECTOR 










Thomas Hennessy 


811 


623 


984 


595 


430 


3443 


William F. Kenney 


402 


322 


506 


283 


218 


1731 


All Others 




















Blanks 


69 


40 


79 


41 


50 


279 


TOTAL 


1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


BOARD OF ASSESSORS 








Roger A. Curran 


599 


437 


819 


442 


369 


2666 


John S. Allsup 


603 


501 


666 


435 


284 


2489 


All Others 








1 








1 


Blanks 


80 


47 


83 


42 


45 


297 


TOTAL 


1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


MUNICIPAL 


LIGHT 


COMMISSIONER 






Edward D. Conway 


297 


239 


415 


236 


198 


1385 


Kenneth J. Chase, Jr. 


925 


709 


1108 


643 


461 


3846 


All Others 




















Blanks 


60 


37 


46 


40 


39 


222 


TOTAL 


1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


BOARD 


OF PUBLIC WORKS 








Dennis P. Hogan, Jr. 


590 


477 


831 


393 


236 


2527 


James M. Scott 


767 


632 


1001 


626 


331 


3357 


Walter J. Barczak 


599 


445 


607 


418 


380 


2449 


All Others 








1 


1 





2 


Blanks 


608 


416 


698 


400 


449 


2571 


TOTAL 


2564 


1970 


3138 


1838 


1396 


10906 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE - TWO YEARS 






Philip F. McCarty 


929 


745 


1202 


685 


471 


4032 


All Others 








1 








1 


Blanks 


353 


240 


366 


234 


227 


1420 


TOTAL 


1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE - THREE YEARS 






Janice Poritzky 


547 


494 


670 


447 


243 


2401 


David P. Cicciarella 


761 


519 


834 


528 


449 


3091 


Stephen P. Kiley 


407 


313 


581 


321 


150 


1772 


Virginia Orsini Stangenberg 


315 


282 


429 


215 


170 


1411 


All Others 




















Blanks 


534 


362 


624 


327 


384 


2231 


TOTAL 


2564 


1970 


3138 


1838 


1396 


10906 


LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY TRUSTEES 




Ruth E. Finlay 


817 


642 


1058 


584 


340 


3441 


Bruce W. Campbell 


704 


523 


788 


574 


290 


2879 


Roland J. Cassavant, Jr. 


575 


424 


711 


503 


243 


2456 


Anthony J. LaRocco 


482 


395 


527 


266 


321 


1991 


All Others 




















Blanks 


1268 


971 


1623 


830 


900 


5592 


TOTAL 


3846 


2955 


4707 


2757 


2094 


16359 






168th ANNUAL REPORT 



123 



BOARD OF 


HEALTH 








A. Louis Giamarco 594 


236 


787 


468 


294 


2379 


Guy Velardo 472 


677 


548 


334 


287 


2318 


All Others 

















Blanks 216 


72 


234 


117 


117 


756 


TOTAL 1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


TOWN PLANNING BOARD 








Vincent J. Cardillo 958 


733 


1158 


688 


508 


4045 


All Others 

















Blanks 324 


252 


411 


231 


190 


1408 


TOTAL 1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 


WAKEFIELD HOUSING AUTHORITY 






Mary S. Sweeney 969 


768 


1198 


692 


488 


4115 


All Others 

















Blanks 313 


217 


371 


227 


210 


1338 


TOTAL 1282 


985 


1569 


919 


698 


5453 



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Record of Births 



Date Name of Child Parents 

DELAYED BIRTHS 1974 
July 

15 Paul Albert Turco Albert J. and Joanne M. (Calore) 

DELAYED BIRTHS 1977 
August 
22 Catherine Joan Turco Albert J. and Joanne M. (Carole) 



1979 
January 

1 Matthew Marshall Taylor 

5 Michael Joseph Doucette 

6 Jennifer Ann MacNeill 
8 Gaetano Joseph Danca 

10 Kristen Michele Terfry 

13 Rebecca Marie Dirrane 

13 Jonathan Edward Reed 

14 Baby Girl Palmerino 

15 Daniel Wallace LaVallee 

16 Richard Cutler Trow, Jr. 

19 Jonathan Michael Dorman 

20 Michael Timothy Vatcher 
23 Jenny Lynn Miller 

23 Meredith Anne Shuer 

28 Thomas Robert Ryan 

31 James Edward Rogers, III 

February 

2 Michael Thomas Langone 

2 Michael James Yentile 

3 Andrea Nicole Encarnacao 

4 Jacob-Khatchic Nazareth 
O'Hannessian 

8 Nathan Shevlin 

9 Kim Anne McCauley 

10 Thomas McKinney Walsh 

12 Brendan William Doucette 

13 Kyle George Dussault 

14 Jason Anthony Walsh 
16 Joshua James Hodson 

16 Thomas Steven Joseph 

17 Michelle Ann Boccelli 
17 Jennifer Lynne Trebby 

21 Ross William Thompson 

22 Joseph Stephen Carder 

23 Jonathan Paul Drum 
23 Elaine Marcia Goodwin 

23 Mathew McGrath Mahoney 

23 Kevin Robert McCarthy 

24 Brian Joseph Lockhart 



Eric S. and Nancy B. (Holmes) 
Roger D. and Debra J. (Daly) 
David L. and Jean (Opland) 
Stephen J. and Joanna (Shelzi) 
John M. and Letteria M. (Mancuso) 
Brian M. and Patricia A. (Gilchrist) 
Parker E. and Barbara J. (Carey) 
Michael and Shirley J. (Curran) 
Paul S. and Carrie L. (Pierce) 
Richard C. and Karen R. (Leganowicz) 
Raymond J. and Rose Marie (Costa) 
Stephen J. and Elizabeth A. (Holland) 
Kenneth B. and Frances M. (Grafton) 
Herbert M. and Bonnie D. (Mandell) 
Robert T. and Constance L. (Burns) 
James E., Jr., and Marilyn A. (Pizzano) 

Thomas H. and Susan W. (Kearney) 
James S. and Jean M. (Halladay) 
John B. and Gertrude M. (Almeida) 

Nazareth K. and Jeanine (Hamboyan) 
William W. and Gail M. (Porter) 
Stanley L. and Bonnie L. (MacDonald) 
Robert J. and Susan M. (Reineck) 
William A. and Catherine A. (Galvin) 
John A. and Edna F. (Barry) 
George H. and Julie-Ann (Saia) 
Randall M. and Ann L. (Morelli) 
Robert M. and Denise S. (Ayers) 
Michael J. and Cynthia J. (Nestor) 
Robert P. and Ann F. (Wilson) 
Robert W. and Pamela A. (Field) 
Stephen J. and Elizabeth T. (Landrey) 
Vance L. and Donna L. (Andreoli) 
Gary M. and Pamela J. (Parker) 
John B. and Jacqueline A. (Winn) 
Robert W. and Barbara J. (Davis) 
John F. and Judith A. (Fabiano) 



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Date Name of Child 

March 

2 Kimberly Marie Cosman 

3 Laurie Ann Silva 

4 Rosalind Maria Goodrich 

5 Kristine Louise Booth 
8 Brian Scott Burke 

8 Michael John O'Brien, Jr. 

10 Andrea Marie Crupi 

14 Nicole Melissa Tarr 

15 James Alexander Chapman, III 
15 Christine Marie French 

17 Nathan Jacquard 

17 Kellie Marie Leavitt 

18 Joeby Alexander Keough 

21 Stephen Anthony Crowley, Jr. 

22 Michael Joseph Valley 

23 William Morgan Knott, III 

24 Keri Anne Laidlaw 

25 Joseph Anthony Fazio 

26 Jennifer Ann Shevlin 

27 Keith Richard McDonald 

27 Jacquelyn Michelle Post 

28 Christy Anne Luongo 

29 Wayne Scott Daniels 
31 Peter Michael Camier 
31 Lisa Jan Judge 



Parents 

Robert J. and Mary T. (Campana) 
John D. and Donna R. (MacKenzie) 
Mark E. and Jeannie G. (Rivera) 
Donald F. and Karen J. (Shipley) 
Robert M. and Mary L. (Weddleton) 
Michael J. and Joyce E. (Barnes) 
Thomas J. and Maria E. (Spadafora) 
Wayne M. and Mary rose (McDonald) 
James A. and Justina M. (Leonard) 
Donald A. and Louisa M. (Grafton) 
Harold N. and Dena (Carmosino) 
Clifford E. and Donna-Lee E. (Johnson) 
Gerald J. and Susan (Allen) 
Stephen A. and Jane M. (Costanza) 
Arthur A. and Candida L. (Mazzone) 
William M. and Cheryl A. (Terrenzi) 
John A. and Diane M. (Lowell) 
Roy M. and Marjorie M. (Surette) 
John B. and Marilyn (DuBois) 
Thomas H. and Marion L. (Sciascia) 
Frederick W. and Susan F. (Glynn) 
Robert and Anne T. (Fera) 
Scott W. and Marie F. (Curley) 
Peter J. and Linda M. (Campochiaro) 
William F. and Deborah J. (Van Wart) 



April 

2 John Wesley Connelly 

3 Angela Michelle Botticelli 

3 Timothy Paul Shiner 

4 Andrew James Johnson-Lally 
4 Andrew John McLean 

6 Scott David Hamelin 

10 Mark Joseph DeCicco 

10 Thomas Peterson Keon 

11 Tracy Jane Chizmas 

12 Daniel John Pascucci 

13 Paul Costa Wenzel 

19 Marc Antoine Bassaleh 

20 Mark David Lobsitz 

21 Kevin Patrick Chapman 
23 Candice Joy Bentley 

26 Naomi Barbara McGaw 

28 Nicholas John Sullo 

29 Heather Elizabeth Rybicki 



William F. and Lorna J. (Davidson) 
Nicholas and Denise A. (DiGregorio) 
Michael P. and Tanya A. (Coy) 
Robert C. and Mary F. (Johnson) 
Charles A. and Carol A. (Salisbury) 
David G. and Theresa R. (Fraumeni) 
Frank P. and Delores M. (Bolivar) 
Robert J. and Constance G. (McCombe) 
George L. and Barbara J. (Blackwell) 
Edward S. and Maura A. (Ledoux) 
Paul C. and Karen A. (Costa) 
Antoine and Souad (Fakhoury) 
Richard M. and Debra R. (Curran) 
Richard P. and Kathleen M. (Butler) 
Stephen A. and Janice M. (Eade) 
Kirk L. and Maureen E. (Frost) 
John N. and Karen J. (Johnson) 
Gerald and Frances P. (Teed) 



May 

1 Erin Melissa Dunham 

2 Shelly Elizabeth Barden 
2 Lindsey Cole Cremone 



Andrew C. and Deborah J. (Carrier) 
Tony R. and Elizabeth F. (Pothier) 
Richard D. and Toni Marie A. (Cole) 



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Date Name of Child 

6 Christopher Ryan Brown 

9 Louis Michael DeFelice 

9 Brendon Edward Mason 

11 Daniel Michael Koch 

12 Justin Randall Hale 
14 Eric Gene Fraumeni 
18 Lacey Marie Packer 

24 Alan Thomas Smyth, Jr. 

26 Jeremy Matthew Slusarz 

29 Joseph Michael Scola 

30 Richard Francis Morello, III 

31 Anne Margaret DiTonno 
31 Caleb Joseph Harmen 



Parents 

Charles C. and Marlene A. (Ells) 
Richard J. and Christine M. (Gearin) 
Barry E. and Paulette M. (Rousseau) 
Richard M. and Claire A. (Maloney) 
Randall A. and Virginia M. (Steadman) 
David A. and Jeanne O. (Park) 
Gordon P. and Donna M. (Terlizzi) 
Alan T. and Christine M. (Smith) 
Andrew J. and Linda F. (Merrill) 
Michael J. and Sarah C. (Fleming) 
Richard F. Jr. and Sharon A. (Bedford) 
John P. and Mary C. (Meuse) 
Donald C. and Carol A. (DelRossi) 



June 

1 Stephanie Ann Brooks 

1 Timothy John Price 

1 Donald Christopher Tavano, Jr. 

2 Cassandre Marie Cardillo 
2 Elizabeth Ann Hayes 

2 William Ryan Merry 

3 David Edward Judd 

3 Patricia Joan Lee 

4 Matthew John Hurley 

5 Christopher Thomas Dolan 

6 Kevin James Lane, Jr. 

6 Kristi Avery Wohl 

7 Christine Bahea Anjim 

8 Nicholas Thomson Nielsen 

8 Scott Neal Stickney 

9 Kevin Paul Cashman 

16 Michael Petersen Buscemi 

16 Richard Parr 

18 Matthew David Knight 

18 Kevin James Muise 

20 Alexander William Bayrd 

21 Jared Douglas Couture 

22 Tammy Jeanne Morrissey 

23 Gina Marie Lopez 

23 Melissa Lyn Stephen 

24 Jennifer Marie Armstrong 

25 Michelle Ann Connolly 
25 Michael Joseph Leahy 
27 Michael Paul Curran 

27 Sarah MacKay 

28 Joshua Paul Lind 

29 Lauren Elizabeth Blackwell 
29 Jennifer Lynne Hunt 

29 Michael Paul Sweeney 

30 Shawn Paul Frotten 



Robert J. and Patricia E. (Kelly) 
Richard A. and Caryl A. (Shaw) 
Donald C. and Dorothy E. (Ackerman) 
Kenneth P. and Marilyn E. (Cole) 
Robert E. and Veronica (Leahy) 
William B. and Eileen A. (Mahoney) 
David and Jenny L. (Bond) 
Robert M. and JoAnn (Taibbi) 
John P. and Patricia G. (Gearin) 
Peter D. and Maureen A. (Nellegar) 
Kevin J. and Cathleen J. (Benham) 
Stephen G. and Cheryl D. (Avery) 
Elias H. and MaryRose (Soulymahn) 
Kenneth R. and Alice M. (Thomson) 
Gary N. and Carol Louise (Hedquist) 
Corneilus T. and Ann M. (O'Donoghue) 
Michael D. and Cecelia A. (Petersen) 
David L. and Sheila A. (Carroll) 
David F. and Linda M. (Pappalardo) 
Steven A. and Laura A. (Egan) 
William L. and Diane (Hagopian) 
Robert L. and Maureen (Keeley) 
John W. and Mary-Jane (Gibbs) 
Gary S. and Christine A. (Belmonte) 
Mark A. and Linda (Georgopoulos) 
Kevin P. and Denise M. (Palmquist) 
Michael G. and Frances M. (Langone) 
Vincent T. and Diane M. (Cubitoso) 
William D. and Susan D. (Currier) 
Edward R. and Jan Marie (Varney) 
Richard P. and Sandra L. (LaBombard) 
Howard N. and Pamela J. (Willis) 
Thomas L. and Lynne A. (Warren) 
James M. and Janet (Dorazio) 
Lawrence D. and Susan T. (Connolly) 



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Date Name of Child 

July 

4 Robert James Ramocki, Jr. 

4 Brian James Wilson 

5 James Eric Davidson 

7 Matthew James Dembro 

10 Peter Franz Kannler 

11 Phillip Christopher Drews 

12 Matthew Joseph Jarmusik 

13 Sean Fitzpatrick 

13 Jason Christopher Ronan 

14 Mary Carmel Chisholm 

15 Melissa Gail Mercurio 
18 John Desmond Hayes 

21 Michael Steven LaSpina 

22 Brent McDonald 

24 Carrie Ann McDermod 

25 Colleen Ann Richard 
28 Kylee Bickford McRae 

31 Robert Andrew Houle, Jr. 

August 

2 Joseph Antonelli Sancinito 

3 Timothy Aaron Lowell 
3 Andrew Stephen Nicoll 

3 David Ryan Widomski 

4 Joseph Francis Angelo 

5 Brianne Jaye McCarthy 
7 Kevin Michael Hanson 
9 Rebecca Anne Clarke 

9 Gregory Lee Gilman 

9 Carrie Ann Losinger 

11 Melissa Ann DeViller 

11 John William Romano, Jr. 

13 Robert William Haladay 

18 Shannan Barry 

18 Amy Elizabeth Rumpel 

19 Ashly Ann Holmes 

22 Dennis Anderson 

23 Justin Bonner 

24 Benjamin David Frank 

25 David Michael Perry 

25 Derek Jan Steenbruggen 

27 Andrew Michael Conley 

27 Joy Elizabeth Tashjian 

28 Heather Ruth Rich 

29 Sean Michael Farrell 

29 Kimberly Ann Landry 

30 Elizabeth Mott Cardillo 
30 Shauna Ann Doherty 
30 Colleen Margaret Egan 

30 Leah Anne Pappas 

31 David Burke Wilkinson 



Parents 

Robert J. and Lois J. (Thacker) 
David A. and Debra M. (Costa) 
William A. and Jean M. (Fraughton) 
Arthur J. and Janet M. (Dwyer) 
Gunther F. and Patricia A. (Noseworthy) 
Phillip G. and Cheryl M. (LaFond) 
William J. and Therese C. (Riley) 
Patrick S. and Sharon (Ellis) 
Peter J. and Elizabeth A. (Marchese) 
Kenneth W. and Catherine (Dempsey) 
John R. and Gail P. (Manning) 
John D. and Alicia M. (Warren) 
Steven J. and Elizabeth J. (Home) 
Steven C. and Patricia L. (Coles) 
Richard B. and Laurel A. (Harron) 
Francis M. and Kathleen A. (Lindley) 
David W. and Janice E. (Stoddard) 
Robert A. and Ellen M. (McElhinney) 

Joseph F. and Irene A. (Antonelli) 
Richard L. and Mary Jane (Dwyer) 
Richard S. and Carol H. (Roop) 
Casimir E. and Irma G. (Tobin) 
Joseph A. and Jo- Ann M. (Flanagan) 
Robert J. and Sharon J. (Lenfest) 
Michael O. and Donna A. (Frey) 
Thomas A. and Janice L. (Zanotti) 
Glenn L. and Robin D. (McLellan) 
Charles M. and Kathryn L. (Jacque) 
Gerald D. and Lois A. (Nelson) 
John W. and Martha A. (Kelly) 
John E. and Suellen W. (Groves) 
Michael and Stephanie A. (Ciulla) 
William L. and Patricia M. (Jennings) 
Michael R. and Suzanne (Masi) 
Paul and Kimiko (Sakiyama) 
John J. and Elissa A. (Szafarz) 
Sidney and Leslie C. (Drown) 
Richard L. and Nadine Y. (Korman) 
Ronald J. and Dianne E. (Morgan) 
William T. and Margaret R. (Windle) 
Gregory V. and Joanne E. (Parsikian) 
Frederick E. and Arlene R. (Allen) 
Ronald P. and Deborah A. (Caliri) 
Paul A. and Ann M. (Wilson) 
Vincent J. and Constance M. (Mott) 
Alfred F. and Teresa R. (Surette) 
Paul F. and Patricia A. (Palmerino) 
James A. and Diane M. (Benecchi) 
Richard E. and Kathleen A. (Burke) 



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Date Name of Child 
September 

3 Stacey Renee DeSouza 

3 Jeffrey David O'Neil 

7 Andrea Jean Huber 

8 Christine Shea Douglass 
8 Eva Marie Vallier 

8 Geoffrey Alan vonHolten 

9 Daniel Moore Skinner 

12 Timothy Charles Cranley 

12 Lindsay Norma DiPesa 

12 John Garnett Ward 

14 Allison Lee Furrier 

14 Amanda Jane LaPerche 

15 Lynell Rose Cardavelli 

16 Maureen Viktoria Csikasz 

17 Kevin Francis O'Hare 

18 Peter Donald Haynes 

18 Lauren Ann Sciacca 

19 Michael Ian Kenny 
21 Sarah Stacy Howard 
21 Nicole Marie Mellor 

23 Marissa Allison Logan 

24 Theresa Marie Chase 

25 Rosina Marie LaFave 
25 Jack Najim 

25 Brian John Russo 

26 Nicholas Fred McDonald 
30 Danielle Marie Suchcicki 

October 

1 James Michael Curley 

3 Evan Douglas Anderson \ 

3 Joseph Robert Smith 

5 Scott Edwin Curran 

5 Zachary Eric Frost 

6 Carolyn Brie Dunn 

9 Bethany Ellen Stone 

10 Steven James Casey 

10 Ian Philip Maguire 

1 1 Sarah McDonald Collins 
14 Mark James LeFave 

16 Esther Lauar Boody- Alter 

17 Sarah Frances Faulkner 
17 Jennifer Kim Frautten 

20 Mary-Ellen Brown 

21 Jennifer Marion Byam 

22 Daniel Woolsey Kulp 
24 Jason Scott Bradley 

24 Jennifer Leigh Cronan 

25 Joshua Daniel Catlin 
29 Jeffrey Paul Jordan 



Parents 

Louis A. and Mary F. (Russell) 
David W. and Maura E. (Joyce) 
Kevin W. and Janet L. (Tyler) 
Robert W. and Pamela J. (Waite) 
William F. and Marjorie A. (Serdula) 
Ernst-August C. and Jeanne E. 
(Malonson) 

David L. and Katherine M. (Moore) 
William R. and Kathleen E. (Kean) 
Ralph W. and Bonita M. (Cribbs) 
Gerard J. and Lorraine H. (Garnett) 
Thomas J. and Diane M. (Halpin) 
George L. and Sandra J. (Rice) 
Richard R. and Rosemarie L. (Curran) 
Sandor L. and Maureen P. (Keating) 
Francis J. and Donna M. (Nutile) 
Richard A. and Charlene E. (Gunn) 
Vincent E. and Mary Ann (Graziano) 
Gregory J. and Claire (Walsh) 
Douglas R. and Mary T. (Montgomery) 
Paul L. and Laura E. (Meuse) 
James J. and Gail (Venuti) 
Richard L. and Rita F. (Deprospo) 
James A. and Barbara A. (Ferrante) 
Paul H. and Amal (Ide) 
John L. and Rosemary (McShane) 
Fred G. and Penny L. (Curtis) 
Albert W. and Donna M. (Santilli) 

Charles R. and Kathleen M. (Primmer) 
Donald P. and Alana M. (Sullivan) 
George R. and Ruth A. (Conway) 
Paul J. and Lorraine A. (Burke) 
Stephen E. and Melanie D. (Jones) 
Edward T. and Cynthia M. (Goss) 
Harvey A. and Denise M. (Tracey) 
Marc J. and Susan E. (Murphy) 
Wayne R. and Janice E. (Hitchins) 
Kenneth R. and Kathleen A. (McDonald) 
James E. and June C. (Bennett) 
Peter G. Boody and Marsha L. Alter 
Thomas E. and Christine A. (Lowell) 
Clayton E. and Ok S. (Ham) 
Henry L. and Diane L. (Brown) 
Rodney W. and Linda M. (Wilcox) 
John L., Jr. and Carolyn J. (Woolsey) 
Arthur S. and Patricia A. (Sheehan) 
Donald J. and Patricia A. (Williams) 
Thomas S. and Diane E. (Potter) 
Michael J. and Vickie L. (Elg) 



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129 



Date Name of Child 

31 Terrence Thomas DePatie 
31 Iain Clarke Emery 



Parents 

Ronald E. and Ellen T. (Reddish) 
Paul J. and Katherine A. (Richmond) 



November 

1 Samuel Carl Hochberg 

1 Francis Reid MacDougall 

2 Adam Tyler Martignetti 

4 Shannon McLoughlin Caruso 
6 James Robert Desmond 

6 Brian David Nelson 

7 Adam William Duchak 
7 Salvatore Mazzola, III 
9 Diana Bell 

10 Keith Austin Pace 

12 Lara Joyce Mottolo 

12 Sean David Skulley 

17 Nicole Marie Ginchereau 

18 Justin Leo Marshall 

20 Patrick John DiPanni 

21 Matthew Scott Harrington 

22 Eric Johannes Laurits 

23 Brian Richard Day 
23 Nicole Marie Faldasz 

25 Christina Marie Doucette 

25 Kyle Matthew Droz 

25 Evan Gerald Winters 

27 Andrew Kenneth Smith 

27 Jessica Ann Watson 

30 Maria Tina Iengo 

December 

2 Keith Andrew Irons 

3 Kenneth Warner Franson 

5 Erin Koehler 

5 Noelle Sandra Moore 

10 Gina Barbaro 

10 Richard Barbaro 

12 Gregory Franklin Eriksen 

12 Scott Brian Leahy 

14 Kristine Elizabeth Zitola 

16 Lauren Nicole Alessi 

17 Janelle Lee Brizee 

17 Lisa Noelle Sacco 

18 Rachel Ann Masiello 

21 Christopher James Leamy 

22 Patricia Ann Hunt 

25 Shaun Patrick McPartland 

26 Ryan McKenzie Horton 

28 Elizabeth Ann King 

28 Roger George Malouf 

29 Michele Lynne MacHenry 

31 Marianne McDonald 



Harris P. and Susan T. (Tushman) 
John F. and Pauline M. (Tutela) 
Alan M. and Patricia H. (McLaughlin) 
Leonard M. and Janet M. (McLoughlin) 
Michael T. and Elaine M. (Martin) 
Peter A. and Marcia (Rudolph) 
James M. and Linda S. (Good) 
Salvatore and Madeline J. (Rescigno) 
Thomas H. and Dwana L. (Henry) 
John E. and Linda J. (DeSesa) 
Richard A. and Carolyn J. (Briere) 
William C. and Sandra M. (McFarland) 
Paul R. and Theresa E. (Caton) 
Alfred R. and Mary (Hubbard) 
Michael J. and Corinne E. (Santilli) 
Richard A. and Elizabeth A. (Holmes) 
Andres and Virginia A. (Powers) 
Richard J. and Linda L. (Cargill) 
Stephen M. and Mary E. (McCauley) 
Richard R. and Aida S. (Tolentino) 
Daniel J. and Janice C. (Rolli) 
Gerald and Claire A. (Maguire) 
Stephen H. and Paulette A. (Cote) 
Mark P. and Janice B. (Whateley) 
Peter P. and Nancy E. (Russo) 

David E. and Diane (Havelick) 
Arthur J. and Barbara J. (Warner) 
John C. and Maureen A. (Woods) 
Don A. and Marie A. (Cefalo) 
James M. and Cynthia A. (Grasso) 
James M. and Cynthia A. (Grasso) 
Edward E. and Paula D. (Nirenberg) 
Robert V. and Lorraine A. (Mason) 
Ronald A. and Deborah D. (Lynch) 
Anthony J. and Nancy J. (Shedd) 
Alfred A. and Dagmar A. (Fogal) 
John M. and Christine (Nicholas) 
Ronald E. and Elaine J. (Urban) 
William T. and Judith H. (Cox) 
Michael S. and Linda J. (Stevens) 
Glenn P. and Debra J. (Ventura) 
Richard H. and Patricia M. (Bruno) 
Stephen J. and Debra A. (DiGiovanni) 
George A. and Rosette (Bassaleh) 
Thomas E. and Cynthia L. (Westcott) 
Stephen A. and Cecilia M. (Walsh) 



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Record of Marriages 





Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


1979 






January 






4 


Wakefield 


Richard Moretti 


Wakefield 






Diane Pauline LaPlante 


Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Albert Joseph Hickey 


Wakefield 






Margaret Helen Orne 


Wakefield 


5 


Reading 


Robert Edward Leahy 


Wakefield 






Maureen Ann Jazakawiz 


Reading 


6 


Reading 


Gary Marc Abrams 


Wakefield 






Lorraine Veronica Rooney 


Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


Frederick Howard Pfeil, Jr. 


Winthrop 






Joyce Doris Turner 


Wakefield 


21 


Stoneham 


Peter Joseph Connelly 


Stoneham 






Vickie Lyn Earles 


Wakefield 


26 


Medford 


Harold Francis Beardsley 


Wakefield 






Ruth Virginia Lambert 


Medford 


27 


Newbury 


Denis Diran Hamboyan 


Wakefield 






Catherine Elaine Yesair 


Byfield 


27 


Revere 


Daniel Joseph Lindberg 


Salem 






Linda Ann DiPesa 


Wakefield 


27 


Wakefield 


Joseph Francis Paterson 


Wakefield 






Janice Louise Gantz 


Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Charles Clifton Durfee 


Wakefield 






Harriet Elizabeth Cushing 


Wakefield 


February 






2 


Wakefield 


Douglas Wayne Coombs 


Wakefield 






Eleanor Ann Schneider 


Wakefield 


3 


Wakefield 


Robert Denis Cliggott 


Wakefield 






Barbara Ann Terrazzano 


Wakefield 


3 


Wakefield 


Richard P. LeBlanc 


Saugus 






Carolyn R. Crowell 


Saugus 


4 


Wakefield 


John William Lyons, III 


Belmont 






Christine Anne Halliday 


Wakefield 


4 


Wakefield 


Frank Joseph Maio 


Wakefield 






Shaleiza Ali Doorbal 


Wakefield 


10 


Wakefield 


Steven LaSpina 


Wakefield 






Elizabeth Home 


Wakefield 


16 


Reading 


Brian Gilbert Beville 


Wakefield 






Louise Maureen Maraghy 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Ronald J. Diorio 


Billerica 






Joan F. Donovan 


Somerville 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 

16 Wakefield 

17 Wakefield 

18 Wakefield 
18 Wakefield 
23 Wakefield 

23 Wakefield 

24 Reading 
24 Reading 

March 

2 Wakefield 

3 Reading 

4 Wakefield 
9 Wakefield 

10 Wakefield 

10 Stoneham 

10 Wakefield 

1 1 Lynnf ield 
23 Lynnfield 

23 Wakefield 

24 Wakefield 
24 Stoneham 
24 Maiden 



Name 

Mark Russell Seavey 


Residence 

Wakefield 


Sharon Irene Littell 


Wakefield 


Robert Bruce Scott 


Maiden 


Kathleen May Shivvers 


Wakefield 


James R. Delaney 


Lincoln 


Beverly A. Pamp 


Winchester 


H. Robert Menhard 


Belmont 


Nancy Jean Jefferson 


Wakefield 


Norman Otto Johnson, Jr. 


Randolph 


Sandra Lee Dam 


Wakefield 


Paul Vozzella 


Woburn 


Diane Murphy 


Woburn 


Mark Thomas Emero 


Wakefield 


Nancy Jane Beane 


Wakefield 


Robert Paul Malonson 


Wakefield 


Linda Kathy Anderson 


Melrose 


Thomas Edward Mclnerney 


Lynn 


Candace Anne Martino 


Wakefield 


John William Romano 


Wakefield 


Martha Ann Kelly 


Reading 


Charles Donald LeBlanc 


Wakefield 


Gail Marie Croce 


Wakefield 


John MacGeorge Hogg, III 


Wakefield 


Linda Blanche Noel 


Wakefield 


Joel Mark Correa 


New Hampton, NH 


Lorannah Ruth Brownson 


Wakefield 


Fred Eric Lomas 


Wakefield 


Susan Margaret Dennis 


Stoneham 


Stephen Philip Scaffidi 


Wakefield 


Sharon Louise Surette 


Wakefield 


William Charles Magee 


Wakefield 


Donna Lee Wolverton 


Wakefield 


Gerald Arthur Curran 


Wakefield 


Marie Elizabeth D'Amore 


Wakefield 


Anthony W. Lucci 


North Reading 


Ruth A. Williams 


North Reading 


Richard Allen Abraham 


Concord 


Diane Joan Moore 


Wakefield 


James Alfred Brunini 


Stoneham 


Mary Julia Burns 


Wakefield 


David Francis Coye 


Wilmington 


Mary Elizabeth Sheppard 


Wakefield 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


25 


Wakefield 


Steven Allen Meuse 
Carla June Armstrong 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


31 


Lynnfield 


Charles Raymond Anderson 
Lois Ellen McAskill 


Wakefield 
Lynn 


31 


Hamilton 


Philip Andre Dube' 
Paula Whipple Kasnie 


Wakefield 
Hamilton 


31 


Wakefield 


Christopher John Madden 
Debra Kay Blaine 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


31 


Wakefield 


Stephen W. Nikitin 
Lois Ann McDonald 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


31 


Wakefield 


William Scott Rawding 
Elizabeth Anne White 


Medford 
Melrose 


April 

1 Wakefield 


John Thomas Hamill, Jr. 
Susan Jean Gannon 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Warren Mulgrave Laskey 
Florence Anne Calore 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Eugene Thomas O'Brien, Jr. 
Janet Marie Doucette 


Cambridge 
Wakefield 


13 


Maiden 


Donald Robert Meeken 
Laurel Susan Meeken 


Wakefield 
Weare, NH 


14 


Reading 


Edward Everett Jones 
Linda Jean Treanor 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Eugene Joseph Sullivan, Jr. 
Mary Ellen Nobles 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


15 


Wakefield 


Kevin Clark Hickey 
Therese Bernadetta Pavone 


Medford 
Melrose 


20 


Wakefield 


John Joseph Cronin 
Joanne Melanson 


Boston 
Wakefield 


20 


Lynnfield 


Edward Thomas Walsh 
Carol Brenda Sullivan 


Winchester 
Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


James Joseph Alleva 
Catherine Anne Couture 


Melrose 
Wakefield 


21 


Brewster 


David John Barry, III 
Susan Frances Hill 


Wakefield 
Dennis 


21 


Reading 


Edward Corcoran Dolan 
Susan Pauline Knoettner 


Wakefield 
Woburn 


21 


Wakefield 


Robert Arthur Gard 
Colleen Teresa Kane 


Reading 
Melrose 


21 


Wakefield 


David Wayne Greenlaw 
Marsha Elaine Smith 


Lynnfield 
Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


Gerard Paul McDermott 
Stephanie Ann Godbout 


Queens Village, NY 
Wakefield 



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133 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

21 Wakefield 

21 Needham 

21 Wakefield 

22 Wakefield 
22 Lynnfield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Lynnfield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Melrose 



Name 

Stephen Paul Manzi 
Linda Marie Ball 
Donald James Silvia 
Bruna Zappala 
George Robert Smith 
Ruth Ann Conway 
Edward Charles Doyle, Jr. 
Janine Adrienne Cunha 
Michael Joseph Eramo 
Diane Marie Malonson 
Christopher Balentine 
Denise Marie Delory 
Michael T. Desmond 
Elaine Mary Martin 
John Joseph Mockapetris 
Arlene Theresa Koch 

Robert Perry, Jr. 
Cynthia Johnston 



Residence 

Wakefield 
Chelmsford 

Madison, NH 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Stoneham 
Stoneham 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

York, ME 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Bedford 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 



May 

5 Wakefield 

5 Wakefield 

5 Lawrence 

5 Melrose 

5 Wakefield 

5 Wakefield 

6 Reading 
6 Waltham 

11 Wakefield 

12 Wakefield 
12 Lynnfield 
12 Lynnfield 



Sante Michael Benedetto 
Frances Mary Moschella 

Christopher Hanbury King 
Kathleen Marie Gadway 

Charles Sebastian Rinaldi, Jr. 
Nancy Joy Towler 

Gregory Michael Rocco 
Doreen Margaret Riley 

Robert Michael Trenholm 
Pamela Grace Richardson 
Karl Leslie Wagner 
Cathy Ann Wagner 

David Michael Eldredge 
Mary Louise Baker 

Stephen Brian Sparks 
Janet Susan Thomas 

Robert James Brugman 
Priscilla Ann Gelinas 

Christopher James Kennedy 
Merilyn Maude Mayo 

Michael Louis Savage 
Susan Elizabeth Dunn 

Lawrence Ralph White 
Esther Marie LeBrun 



Wakefield 
Wakefield 

New Hope, PA 
Melrose 

Wakefield 
Methuen 

Wakefield 

Melrose 

Saugus 

Wakefield 

St. Petersburg, FL 

St. Petersburg, FL 

Reading 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Stoneham 

Winchester 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 



134 



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Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


13 


Wakefield 


Robert Berleigth Downie 


Somerville 






Linda Lee McDermott 


Somerville 


15 


Wakefield 


Michael Scott Coombes 


Wakefield 






Linda Mary Symington 


Saugus 


19 


Stoneham 


Paul Anthony Addonizio 


Wakefield 






Kathleen Marie Howe 


Stoneham 


19 


Quincy 


Joseph Anthony Albanese 


Wakefield 






Margaret Mary Begley 


Quincy 


19 


Lynnfield 


James Patrick Brown 


Wakefield 






Pamela Ann Mason 


Wakefield 


19 


Wakefield 


James Edward Duncan 


Wakefield 






Marie Theresa Joyce 


Wakefield 


19 


Melrose 


Thomas Foxwell Ward, Jr. 


Melrose 






Gloria Ann LaJoie 


Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


David K. Gaudet 


Lynn 






Norma J. Bugden 


Lynn 


20 


Wakefield 


Robert Jeffrey Green 


Wakefield 






Barbara Joan Cleary 


Wakefield 


20 


Pittsfield 


Robert Paul Sardella 


Wakefield 






Nancy Ann Nichols 


Wakefield 


20 


Lynnfield 


Mark Peter Watson 


Wakefield 






Janice Barbara Whateley 


Wakefield 


25 


Lynnfield 


David Jonathan Daly 


Wakefield 






Laura Mary Fairfield 


Arlington 


26 


Melrose 


Edward Francis Caron 


Wakefield 






Janie Evangelista 


Wakefield 


26 


Medford 


Paul Joseph Cuoco 


Maiden 






Nancy Jeanne Solimine 


Wakefield 


27 


Lynnfield 


Carmen Anthony DeCarlo 


Everett 






Sheryl Jean Trahan 


Wakefield 


27 


Wakefield 


William Patrick Forbes 


Quincy 






Susan Ann Vaccari 


Wakefield 


27 


Somerville 


Paul Charles Simington 


Melrose 






Jeanne Florence Kearns 


Wakefield 


June 






1 


Wakefield 


Keith Brewster Twing 


Fredonia, WI 






Judith Ann Twing 


Stoneham 


2 


Wakefield 


Glenn Stephan Sorensen 


Wakefield 






Madeline Marie Goguen 


Danvers 


2 


Wakefield 


Mark Daniel Venuti 


Waltham 






Linda Faith Glidden 


Wakefield 


3 


Wakefield 


Michael McGrath 


Saugus 






Pamela Losco 


Wakefield 



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135 





Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


3 


Revere 


Warren Joseph Means 


Wakefield 






Janet Mary Liotine 


Revere 


8 


Wakefield 


Andrew Christopher Williams 


Wakefield 






Kathleen Jane Amico 


Wakefield 


9 


Wakefield 


John Joseph Logins 


Boston 






Annette Marie Roberto 


Wakefield 


9 


Lynnfield 


John Lansing Reed 


Hanover, NH 






Brita Ann Sardella 


Wakefield 


10 


Woburn 


Stephen Paul Coiro 


Wakefield 






Teresa Mary Strazzere 


Woburn 


10 


Peabody 


John Joseph Crowley 


Wakefield 






Michele L. Boudreau 


Peabody 


10 


Sudbury 


James Kirk Dinan 


Wakefield 






Amy Sewall Wales 


Wakefield 


15 


Wakefield 


Paul Keith Boudreau 


Gilmanton, NH 






Carol Anne Goddard 


Wakefield 


15 


Wakefield 


Warren Ross 


Hampstead, NH 






Ethel Consalvi 


Woburn 


15 


Wakefield 


George Vincent West 


Wakefield 






Geraldine Mary Perry 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


James Victor Carisella 


Houston, TX 






Dianne Marie LaVigueur 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Paul Stephen Gallagher 


Tewksbury 






Diane Marie Cilibrasi 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Glen Alan Richardson 


North Reading 






Diane Ruth Wilder 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Ronald Lawrence Rounds 


Lynn 






Maureen Jane Devine 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Gregory Winston Roy 


Wakefield 






Laurie Dee Wessels 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Frederick Waterman Sargent 


Byfield 






Amy Tucker 


Wakefield 


17 


Wakefield 


David Anthony Cacicio 


Somerville 






Diana Jean Scarpa 


Melrose 


17 


Stoneham 


John Michael Roberto, III 


Wakefield 






Carey Ann Rose 


Stoneham 


17 


Wakefield 


John Joseph Ruehrwein, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Nanci Anne LaSpina 


Wakefield 


17 


Boston 


Thomas Paul Woo 


Wakefield 






Lydia Christina Day 


Allston 


19 


Wakefield 


Edward Clinton McGowen, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Naomi Bucchio 


Wakefield 


22 


Amesbury 


Richard Phillip Lind 


Amesbury 






Sandra Lee LaBombard 


Wakefield 



136 



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Place of 
Date Marriage 

23 Wakefield 

23 Danvers 

23 Woburn 

23 Andover 

24 Danvers 
24 Wakefield 
24 Stoneham 
30 Wakefield 
30 Woburn 
30 Wakefield 
30 Wakefield 
30 Wakefield 



Name 

William Keith Adams 
Dianne Ruggles Smith 

Ronald Dennis Cahill 
Diane Mary Roderick 

Thomas Joseph Leonard 
Joyce Jordan 

Robert Edward McNamara 
Jeannine Louise Murphy 

Douglas George Cranford 
Joyce Lee Vogt 

Clifford Harold Giles 
Janet Elizabeth Wonoski 

Thomas McCarthy 
Susan Mary Burke 

David James Barnes 
Patricia Ann Key 

Nicholas John Carbone 
Geraldine Marie Bagarella 

Richard William Cooper 
Lisa Maki 

Warren Michael Michaud 
Lynne Marie Toothaker 

Robert Frederick Nau 
Jane Robbe Winsor 



Residence 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Melrose 

Wakefield 
Woburn 

Wakefield 
Andover 

Danvers 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Stoneham 

Canton 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

LaJola, CA 

Wakefield 



July 

1 Wakefield 


Michael Bernard Comer 
Joanne Puccio 


Stoneham 
Wakefield 


1 


Wakefield 


Charles Arthur Moore 
Anne Marie Gilman 


Wakefield 
Needham 


1 
3 

7 


Lynn 

Reading 

Wakefield 


Charles Benny Simpson 
Melody Jean Mancinelli 

Donald George Keithley 
Irene Mary Littell 

John Stephen Hartnett 
Laurie Ann Bonomo 


Wakefield 
Lynn 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Bridgewater, NJ 
Wakefield 


7 


Lynn 


Glenn Patrick McPartland 
Debra Jean Ventura 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 


8 
8 


Foxborough 
Stoneham 


James Francis Bettincourt 
Linda Diane Schuyler 

Michael Ray Jamieson 
Deborah Ann Silver 


Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Lancaster 
Wakefield 


14 


Lynnfield 


Richard John Towle 
Diane Stella Hull 


Wilmington 
Wakefield 



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137 



Place of 
Date Marriage 



Name 



Residence 



15 Maiden 

15 Wakefield 

20 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

21 North Reading 

21 Lynnfield 

21 No. Reading 

21 Dan vers 

21 Wakefield 

21 Wakefield 

27 Wakefield 

27 Reading 

28 Reading 
28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 
28 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 

29 Revere 
29 Canton 



Paul Daniel Forlizzi 
Donna Patricia Trulli 

John Francis Sullivan 
Cathy Ann Previte 

David Richard Edwards 
Nancy Erin Louzan 
Robert Anthony Cardosi, Jr. 
Janice Marie Gregorio 

Richard David Cunningham 
Jacqueline Ann Lem 

David Paul Hunt 
Carol Anne Worters 
Joseph Patrick McKenna, Jr. 
Mary Deborah Supranovicz 
Peter Arnold Mathison 
Susan Eulalie Granese 

Richard Allen Soete 
Karen Ann Bruce 

Michael James Soulios 
Pearl Ann Rosati 

Lloyd D. Davis 
Shirley A. Flynn 

Richard Paul Vasapolli 
Judith Karen Notaro 

Thomas Michael Corsano 
Janet Ellen Hodges 

Jerome Patrick Crowley 
Eileen Elanna Kirby 

Leonard William Kelloway 
Mary Ellen Stevens 

Howard Gerard Lomas 
Linda Ann Kumpel 

David Gray Sidebottom 
Kathleen Anne Trotta 

Antonio Cresta 
Janet Marie Parsons 
Joseph Peter Kraemer 
Doris Ellen Gaibl 



Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Lowell 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Saugus 

Saugus 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Reading 

Stoneham 

Stoneham 

Saugus 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Shrewsbury 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 



August 

4 Wakefield 

4 Reading 



Robert Owen Balcom, Jr. 
Michelle Mary Richard 

Kevin Paul Carney 
Cheryl Ann Landis 



Tewksbury 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Reading 



138 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

4 Woburn 

4 Wakefield 

4 Wakefield 

4 Wakefield 

4 Wakefield 

4 Stoneham 

5 Wakefield 

7 North Reading 

11 Wakefield 

11 Saugus 

12 Lynnfield 
12 Wakefield 
12 Assonet 

15 Mattapoisett 

18 Wakefield 

18 Wakefield 

18 Medford 

18 Wakefield 

18 Wakefield 

18 Lexington 

19 Lynnfield 
25 Wakefield 



Name Residence 

Allen Albert Collier, Jr. Wakefield 

Kelley Lee Kelleher Woburn 

Thomas Anthony D'Alessandro Wakefield 

Sandra Jean Russo Wakefield 

Charles Francis Grimes Beverly 

Patricia Ann Bennett Wakefield 

Paul Christian Neilson Reading 

Gay Ellen Wishart Wakefield 

David Creighton Perry Wakefield 

Marcia Louise Callan Wakefield 

James Joseph Riordan Wakefield 

Donna Louise Marzino Stoneham 

Frank Joseph Taibbi Wakefield 

Lynne Ann Fulgoni Wakefield 

Gary Steven Buxton Wakefield 

Susan Carol Lord Wakefield 
Richard Alan Jenks Hanover, NH 

Maureen Elizabeth Maloney Wakefield 

Robert Grayson Knox, Jr. Stoneham 

Kathleen Marie Smith Wakefield 

John Edward Chapman Wakefield 

Joanne Leslie Cook Wakefield 

Dana Frederick McPhee Wakefield 

Karen Elizabeth Ricker Wakefield 

Thomas Alan Schwartz Wakefield 

Mary Ada Morris Wakefield 

Christopher Tierney Wakefield 

Nancy Sue Sternberg Wakefield 

Gary Bruce Dubinsky Wakefield 

Cheryl Lynn Speass Wakefield 

Steven Peter Jackson Wilmington 

Cheryl Ann Dalton Wakefield 

William Edward King Wakefield 

Beverly Ann Botelho Medford 

Joseph Richard Lembo, Jr. Wakefield 

Linda Mae Nauss Wakefield 

Malcolm Arthur MacKay Gloucester 

Paula Jeanne Murphy Wakefield 

Gerard Thomas Rufo Wakefield 

Beth Ann Cochran Lexington 

Andrew S. Wallach, III Elmhurst, IL 

Marianne Patricia Sullivan Wakefield 

John Peter Dunn Beverly 

Patricia Joan McCullough Wakefield 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



139 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

25 Wakefield 

25 Orleans 

26 Wakefield 
26 Lynnfield 
26 Lynnfield 
29 Wakefield 

September 

1 Wakefield 

1 Medford 

1 Lynnfield 

1 Andover 

1 Reading 

2 Reading 
2 Maiden 

7 Wakefield 

8 Wakefield 
8 Wakefield 
8 Melrose 

8 Wellesley 

8 Wakefield 

8 Lynnfield 

8 Wakefield 



Name Residence 

William Procopio Chester, NH 

Michele Benoit Methuen 

Peter Weston Stark Wakefield 

Elaine Fournaris Woburn 

Joseph Walter Doyle Wakefield 

Katherine Madeline Economou Wakefield 

Leonard Joseph Puglisi Wakefield 

Marie Ryan Lynn 

Paul Edward Scharfenberger Rindge, NH 

Laurel Elizabeth Browne Wakefield 

Forrest Edward Carter Wakefield 

Annette Marie Bryson Wakefield 



Wayne Michael Barrasso Wakefield 

Elizabeth Ann Gardner Andover 

Nabil Basmaji Wakefield 

Ann Marie Castrichini Medford 

John Anthony Bilicki Peabody 

Agnes Keaney Wakefield 

Robert Andrew Eiland Wakefield 

Gail Lynn Epstein Wakefield 

John Sartwell Way, III Atlanta, GA 

Jan Elizabeth Mader Atlanta, GA 

Carl Joseph DiMauro Wakefield 

Linda Marie Aglio Wakefield 

Robert Karl McDonald Wakefield 

Diane Marie Maxwell Stoneham 

Philip Andrew Glennon, III Wakefield 

Karen Ann Burns Wakefield 

Glenn Arthur Bernier Salem 

Judith Ellen Lachiana Wakefield 

Paul Joseph Dawson Wakefield 

Sally Ann Lombard Wakefield 

Stephen James Drebit Wakefield 

Deborah Ann McPherson Melrose 

William Scott Evans Wakefield 

Linda Marie Higgins Wellesley 

David James Paskowski Salem 

Nancy Joan Miller Danvers 

Kevin Robert Ruehrwein Wakefield 

Catherine Louisa Fraser Lynnfield 

Robert Daniel Sullivan Wakefield 

Martha Todd Robertson Wakefield 



140 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


8 


Wakefield 


Robert Craig Trudeau 


Wakefield 






Paula Lazzaro 


Wakefield 


8 


Reading 


Anthony John Vasconcellos 


Stoneham 






Diane Carol Franklin 


Wakefield 


9 


Wakefield 


Gaetano Analetto 


Wakefield 






Carolann Rose 


Wakefield 


9 


Reading 


Lawrence Elton Cunningham, Jr. 


Groveland 






Kathleen Joan Kelleher 


Wakefield 


9 


Wakefield 


Louis Spadafora, Jr. 


Everett 






Maria Puzzanghero 


Melrose 


15 


Wakefield 


Henry Michael Grady 


Natick 






Cynthia Ann Perry 


Wakefield 


15 


Stoneham 


Robert Henry Jalbert, Jr. 


Burlington 






Kathleen June Geragosian 


Wakefield 


15 


Wakefield 


Norbert J. Labine 


Waltham 






Pamela Ellen Hult 


Waltham 


15 


Wakefield 


Richard Anthony Spataro 


Melrose 






Ann Elizabeth Dolan 


Melrose 


16 


Lynnfield 


Philip Cutler Boody 


Wakefield 






Norma Edna Kadlec 


Lynnfield 


16 


Wakefield 


Peter Richard Paone 


Everett 






Diane Grace Manzella 


Wakefield 


16 


Reading 


Jeffrey Scott Richmond 


Wakefield 






Pauline Elizabeth Heos 


Wakefield 


21 


Lynnfield 


Thomas Louis Bailey 


Wakefield 






Karen Marie Kierstead 


Wakefield 


22 


Melrose 


Roland Anthony Alves 


Wakefield 






Ruth Frances Grillo 


Wakefield 


22 


Melrose 


Thomas Francis Callahan, III 


Wakefield 






Elizabeth Elaine Spiby 


Melrose 


22 


Somerville 


Stephen Michael Heinstrom 


Wakefield 






Maria Teresa Milia 


Somerville 


23 


Wakefield 


David Lawrence Greelish 


Wakefield 






Marie Elaine Ieni 


Wakefield 


23 


Revere 


Joseph J. DiRuzza, Jr. 


Revere 






Deborah Ann Netto 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


Richard F. Robbins 


Saugus 






Mary-Jane Boudreau 


Saugus 


28 


Reading 


Thomas Martin Donnelly 


Wakefield 






Mary Ann O'Hearn 


Reading 


28 


Burlington 


Robert John Ellis 


Wakefield 






Nanci Marie Gorman 


Burlington 


29 


Wakefield 


David Joseph Horgan 


Beverly 






Karen Patricia MacArthur 


Salem 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



141 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

29 Lynnfield 

29 Reading 

29 Wakefield 

30 Wakefield 
30 Roslindale 



Name 

Merle Andrew Peabody 
Alice Antoinette Sardegna 
John Lawrence Shanahan 
Diane Elizabeth Bothe 
Stephen Henry Smith 
Paulette Anne Cote 
Peter Joseph Mayne 
Janet E. Murphy 

Stephen James Zafarana 
Susan Claire Marcantonio 



Residence 

Wakefield 
Everett 

Wakefield 
Reading 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Maiden 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 



October 

6 Wakefield 

6 Stoneham 

6 Northampton 

6 Wakefield 

6 Lynn 

6 Wakefield 

6 South Weymouth 

6 Wakefield 

7 Wakefield 
7 Wakefield 
7 Wakefield 
7 Wakefield 

12 Wakefield 

13 Wakefield 
13 Melrose 
13 Wakefield 



Joseph Jeremiah Arsenault 
Ann Gannon 

William Louis Boyle 
Jayne Elizabeth Morgan 

Robert Anton Doyle 
Lynn Anne Branch 

Ronald F. DuCharme 
Dawn Leslie Tenney 
Frank James Luciani, Jr. 
Laurie Jean Lapham 

Kenneth Joseph McCarthy 
Karen Ann Meuse 

Stephen Charles Thompson 
Marcia L. Welch 

James Lee Toothaker 
Lu Ann Graham 

Bradford Dennis Porter 
Mary Elizabeth Zorbas 

Ronald Paul Sen 
Ellen Marie Sullivan 

Dennis John Walsh 
Charlene Anne Browne 
Robert John Winslow 
Barbara Ann Nieman 

Norman Edward Jalbert 
Catherine Anne D'Angelo 

Paul Rosewell Amirault 
Helen Virginia Muise 

Bryan Richard Bayrd 
Patricia Eldridge 
Robert W. Cornell 
Mary I. Molodylo 



Wakefield 
North Reading 

Derry, NH 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Florence 

Bernardston 
North Andover 

Wakefield 
Salem 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Winthrop 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Everett 
Melrose 

Melrose 
Melrose 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Melrose 

Tewksbury 
Cleveland, OH 



142 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


13 


Wakefield 


John Francis Leahy 


Melrose 






Debra Ann Makarewicz 


Melrose 


13 


Wakefield 


Neil Podolsky 


Wakefield 






Linda Keegan 


Wakefield 


13 


Reading 


Kenneth Alan Poole 


Lynnfield 






Barbara Anne Kehoe 


Wakefield 


13 


Wakefield 


Frank James Sauca, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Joyce Ruth Brezina 


Wakefield 


13 


Cambridge 


Steven Richard Wilson 


Houston, TX 






Beth Louise Smith 


Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


John Albert Bossio 


Wakefield 






Kathleen Dianne Laham 


Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


William Doree Kozachuk 


Burlington 






Robin Thelma Lee 


Wakefield 


20 


Wilmington 


Peter Richard Calligandes 


Wakefield 






Cynthia Jean Hollo way 


Wilmington 


20 


Stoneham 


Stephen Phillip Donnelly 


Stoneham 






Karen Joan Neeb 


Wakefield 


20 


Lynnfield 


Paul Raymond LeMay 


Wakefield 






Rose Amelia Richardson 


Wakefield 


20 


Wakefield 


Paul J. Rastellini 


Cambridge 






Patricia A. Hunter 


Revere 


20 


Wakefield 


Kevin Scott Welch 


Saugus 






Linda Jean Haven 


Wakefield 


21 


Melrose 


Richard William Blanchard 


Saugus 






Mary Ann Fogarty 


Wakefield 


21 


Arlington 


John Joseph Bonner 


Wakefield 






Elissa Anne Szafarz 


Wakefield 


21 


Maiden 


Thomas Allan Clough 


Wakefield 






Maria Nancy Goldstein 


Wakefield 


21 


Methuen 


Jeffrey Thomas Mader 


Wakefield 






Deborah Shimkonis 


Methuen 


21 


Wakefield 


Charles Richard Malcolm 


Boston 






Brook Ann Pooler 


Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


Kenneth Charles Sheridan 


Melrose 






Dorothy Eileen Freeman 


Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


Roland Joseph Spadafora, Jr. 


Stoneham 






Nancy Ottaviano 


Stoneham 


26 


Stoneham 


Ronald Keith Hier 


Wakefield 






Karen Joyce Morley 


Stoneham 


27 


Reading 


Richard Alan MacNeill 


Wakefield 






Judith Avis Anderson 


Reading 


27 


Wakefield 


James Allen Maloney 


Winchester 






Roberta Sue Matthews 


Arlington 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



143 



Place of 
Date Marriage 

28 Lynnfield 
28 Cambridge 



Name 

John James Duggan 
Judith Ellen Meech 

Kevin Bruce Fischer 
Tamara Der Ananian 



Residence 

Lynn 

Wakefield 

Seabrook, NH 

Wakefield 



November 

2 Wakefield 

3 Lynnfield 
3 Wakefield 
3 Wakefield 
3 Wakefield 
3 Lynnfield 

3 Wakefield 

4 Woburn 

4 Wakefield 

5 Wakefield 
10 Chicopee 
10 Stoneham 

10 Wakefield 

11 Wakefield 

16 Stoneham 

17 Melrose 
17 Wakefield 
17 Wilmington 
17 Saugus 



Stuart Arthur Marshall 
Judith Mae Green 

John Joseph Fazio 
Dorothy Louise Staples 

Stephen Garvey 
Jill Elaine Cavanagh 

Richard Clinton Herland 
Mary Felleter Nolan 

David John Kelley 
Michele Theresa Thibodeau 
Dennis Mathew Sullivan 
Marcia Dalesandro 

George Albert Suprenant 
Phyllis Helen Thompson 

Robert Allan Hudson 
Jeanne Marie Simon 
Scott Orlosk 
Verne Shaw 

Edward Alfred Bangs 
Gloria Jean Sawyer 

Leonard Emil Authier 
Cheryl Linnea Macintosh 

Bradford Paul Mulhern 
Karen Marie Denehy 

Howard Munro Trafton 
Barbara Ann Buebendorf 

Arthur V. Lynch, Jr. 
Priscilla R. Ward 
William Francis Weisse, Jr. 
Suzanne Marie Rush 

James Stuart Crawford 
Michele Marie Lynch 

John Francis Gray, Jr. 
Linda Marie Reardon 

David William McBeth 
Denise Mary O'Donoghue 

Dean Raymond Sargent 
Theresa Agnes Walsh 



Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 

Melrose 

Salem, NH 

Beverly 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Reading 

Wakefield 
Woburn 

Salem, NH 

North Reading 

Charlestown 

Melrose 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Stoneham 

Newton 
Newton 

Wilmington 
Wilmington 

Stoneham 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Wakefield 

Billerica 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Wilmington 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 



144 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Place of 






Date Marriage 


Name 


Residence 


17 


Lynnfield 


Robert Philip Scheri 


Wakefield 






Debra Jean Tropeano 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


Steven Joseph Fay 


Wakefield 






Jean Marie McNamara 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


Harry Winthrop Mellett 


Andover 






Dorothy Louise Murphy 


Andover 


24 


Maiden 


Henry Andrews 


Wakefield 






Evelyn Virginia Sproul 


Wakefield 


24 


Somerville 


John Arthur Certusi, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Catherine Salovardos 


Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Arthur E. Clifford 


Boston 






Joanne F. Gover 


Maiden 


24 


Wakefield 


Christopher Gene Fox 


Bay St. Louis, MI 






Martha Hill Winsor 


Bay St. Louis, MI 


24 


Wakefield 


Thomas Edward Lawless, III 


Melrose 






Mary-Lynn Meehan 


Melrose 


24 


Wakefield 


Joseph Francis Meaney 


Wakefield 






Susan Lynn Rouillard 


Wakefield 


25 


Sharon 


Steven Wayne Dress 


Wakefield 






Myrna Gail Hershman 


Wakefield 


30 


Wakefield 


Eliot Russell Brickett 


Wakefield 






Patricia Ann Ronan 


Wakefield 


30 


Maiden 


Richard G. Mercer, Jr. 


Maiden 






Janet A. McCarthy 


Wakefield 


December 






1 


Wakefield 


Robert Merrill Lynch 


Lynnfield 






Susan Kristine Loveless 


Wakefield 


1 


Maiden 


Marvin Elliot Neipris 


Wakefield 






Jean Mendell 


Wakefield 


1 


Lynn 


Wayne Tage Peterson 


Wakefield 






Nancy Marie Kiricoples 


Lynn 


1 


Lynnfield 


Joseph V. Surette 


Saugus 






Avis M. Zagarella 


Wakefield 


8 


Wakefield 


William Richard Recko, Jr. 


Stoneham 






Cheryl Louise Moore 


Wakefield 


15 


North Reading 


John Andrew Frew 


Wakefield 






Paula Lee Murray 


Wakefield 


16 


Lynnfield 


Robert Richard Cabral 


Wakefield 






Monica Jane Pherson 


Wakefield 


16 


Cambridge 


Gabi Laow 


Lawrence 






Georgette Shankhour 


Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Daniel E. Dichirico, Jr. 


Saugus 






Linda C. Nicker son 


Saugus 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



145 



Place of 
Date Marriage 



Name 



Residence 



28 Reading 

28 Lynnfield 

29 Wakefield 
29 Wakefield 
29 Hanson 
31 Wakefield 



John Roger Seabury 
Sheila Ann Stevenson 

Ronald Edward Woods 
Rosemarie Jean Cresta 

Ralph A. Key, Jr. 
Janet Louise Buckle 
Daniel John Sullivan 
Deborah Ann D'Antilio 
Thomas Thrush Wilson 
Debra Merete Reid 
Reda Rouabhia 
Susan Metcalf 



Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Epping, N.H. 

Melrose 

Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 
Georgetown 



Record of Deaths 



Date Name 



Nov. 

17 Henry S. Lewis 
19 Anna M. Bassette 
30 Baby Boy Marchesi 

Dec. 

1 Jane Pierce 

18 William E. Fox 



1979 
Jan. 

1 
6 
6 
9 

10 
10 
13 
14 
14 
16 
17 
21 
23 
23 
24 



Vivian Chingris 
Gertrude Grainger 
Paul W. Preston 
Myrtle M. Noble 

Kenneth C. Gerrish 
Brian M. Palmerino 
Harold E. Gordon 
Baby Girl Palmerino 
Edwin M. Winslow 
Lucy Taylor 
Raymond A. Fricker 
Mattie (AKA Martha) 
Sidney F. George 
Ethel Wills 
Beatrice Winslow 



Yrs. 


Months 


Days 


DELAYED DEATHS 1978 








76 




10 


15 


73 




2 


5 










3 


53 




6 


30 


59 




10 


4 


83 




8 





91 




7 


2 


17 




7 


26 


73 




7 


28 


66 




8 










11 


20 


83 




10 


5 




1 hr. 


37 min. 




79 




3 


23 


83 




4 


6 


79 







24 


i) D. Benwell 97 




10 


3 


78 




9 


19 


70 




5 


23 


84 




10 


21 



146 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Date Name 

26 Richard LeBlanc 

26 Myer Weinberg 

29 Donald K. Ganong 

31 Marion T. Munro 

February 

3 Blanche Roberts 

3 Nora T. Scanlon 

5 Frederick Lynn 

9 Henry Ouellette, Sr. 

12 Ralph E. Dodge 

12 Felix Hitron 

23 Allen R. Greenleaf 

23 William J. Prowse 

24 Roy G. Hudson 

25 Joseph P. Iosua 

March 

1 Bertha DeCecca 

2 Gaetana Ventura 

4 Julio O. Encarnacao 

5 Emma S. Ramsdell 
10 Inez Arzillo 

12 Royce R. Dewar 

13 Helen Ledoux 

13 Lowell S. Osborn 

14 John A. White 

15 Harry A. Gilbert 

16 Ann Lillian Krol 
16 Daniel Orr 

16 Edward Scanlon 

16 Lawrence J. Thomas 

20 Mildred Ann Pica 

26 John J. Distaula 

27 Jacquelyn Michelle Post 

28 Dorothy L. Adams 

29 Alma F. Hayes 
29 Olof R. Johnson 

April 

1 Christie M. Russell 

1 Linda L. Thibodeau 

1 Sadie Walsh 

3 Louis I. Fine 

6 Amanda Salonen 

6 William Daniel Scott 

7 John Little 

8 Mary E. Burns 

8 Maurice F. Kiley 

8 Dorothy A. Lundberg 



Yrs. 



Months 



Days 



70 


1 


23 


61 








68 


11 


12 


90 


5 


5 


85 


6 


5 


83 


5 


3 


83 








72 


6 


8 


49 


7 


3 


63 








85 


8 


10 


45 


8 


18 


59 


1 


21 


59 


4 


7 


75 


8 


21 


83 


7 


27 


88 


4 


3 


99 


2 


5 


68 





10 


79 


6 


7 


77 


3 


13 


69 


3 


18 


73 


1 


10 


91 


1 


15 


58 


6 


11 


60 


11 


15 


81 


8 


2 


43 


4 


8 


53 


5 


15 


63 


9 
2 hrs. 17 min. 


16 


67 








65 








93 


1 


11 


90 


5 


23 


26 








102 


9 


2 


65 


2 


19 


84 


7 


13 


75 


1 


16 


82 





25 


82 


3 


23 


72 


5 


20 


66 


3 


23 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



147 



Date Name 



Yrs. 



Months 



Days 



Joseph A. Robbins, Sr. 
Annie S. Welford 
Charles A. O'Leary 
Henry Roger Arnold 
Mary Hudson 
Mary Halliwell 
Irene Puglisi 
Charles E. Stewart 
William C. Creelman 
John Edward Mahoney 
Marion Eliza Maxim 
Mary E. Riley 
Marion W. Dwyer 
Terrance William Parker 
Grace E. Bradley 



8 

8 
15 
17 
19 
21 
21 
24 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
27 
29 

May 

1 Ann Albano 

1 Vincent James Buonopane 

1 Martha Carlson 

3 Stella E. Sylven 

8 Bertha A. Miller 

9 Gertrude Bailey 
11 Marion Smith 

11 Clif ton Theodore White 

13 Andre T. Charette 

14 Elsie Helen Rutledge 

16 Veronica Pauline Monahan 

17 Robert Anderson 
17 Roseann McEttrick 
22 Richard J. Connelly 
22 Elizabeth Odiorne 
22 John E. Veno 

25 Mary Conway 

31 Roland C. Hawkes 

June 

1 Paolo Amico 

1 Luisa Sardella 

3 Grace Fall 

4 Enos H. Brown 
7 Mary V. Wager 

10 Edward B. McCarthy 

13 Everett R. Ryan 

16 Pauline F. Mason 

16 Lavinia Murphy 

17 John E. O'Brien 

22 Virginia A. Thorner 

23 Abbott W. Boyles 
23 Axel Joseph Carlson 



77 


5 


1 


85 


2 


14 


84 


5 


9 


76 


2 


4 


89 


6 


28 


72 


5 


1 


92 


8 


24 


68 


9 


9 


97 


3 





80 


4 


8 


68 


11 


30 


86 


10 


8 


92 


11 


10 


47 


11 


1 


63 


5 


15 


80 


6 


5 


60 


3 


10 


87 


1 


5 


79 


1 


18 


80 


5 


7 


88 


2 


24 


54 








67 


8 


18 


29 


4 


22 


82 


3 


17 


59 


2 


25 


80 


7 


15 


90 


5 


22 


68 


5 


10 


82 


4 


15 


66 


10 


4 


89 


4 


6 


72 





29 


79 








86 


6 





79 


6 


1 


83 


6 


26 


68 


7 


19 


52 


3 


3 


78 


3 


23 


77 


1 


10 


82 


6 


18 


60 


8 


16 


50 





28 


70 








77 


3 


21 



148 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Date Name 



Warren Harvey Brown 
Leslie E. Ormsby 
Benjamin Markun 



27 
27 
28 

July 

1 Joseph Cataldo 

2 Emma M. MacGregor 

3 Bennett R. Keenan 

6 Kathleen Clancy 

7 Edna Mildred Brawn 

8 Dottie Winifred Leavitt 

9 Adelaide Terravecchia 
10 William C. Bonner 

10 Helen T. Maher 

10 Alma Rosalie Meuse 

11 William Whitfield Rutter 

12 Pierre Albert Rouillard 

12 Laura Lake Williams 

13 Gertrude Farwell 

16 Lloyd Charles Gerrior 

17 Mary Alice Ryan 

20 Ray H. Orde 

21 Edward Carter Hill 
23 Thomas Perry 

25 Donald Edward Casterline 

25 John Hearn 

27 Julia F. Barrett 

28 Joren Akmakdjian 

28 Mary Josephine Barry 

28 Kathleen E. Durant 

31 Mary E. Evangelista 

August 

1 Katherine Mary Purdon 

3 Joseph Bismuti 

4 Theresa Marie LaFrance 
6 TaklaNikitin 

8 Frederick Albert Meuse 

8 Frank J. Welz 

9 Eva Breen 

9 Sadie M. Meuse 

11 A. Mildred Hawkes 

11 James Joseph Kelly 

11 Hildur Lyons 

13 Amabile Ferullo 

13 Thomas M. Purcell 

14 Ivah L. Butler 

16 Walter Szymanski 

19 Esther A. Marcotti 

19 Katherine M. Stoddard 



Yrs. 


Months 


Day! 


72 


9 


19 


86 


5 


27 


86 








84 








87 


11 


21 


53 


3 


10 


68 


7 


14 


85 


4 


16 


85 


5 


3 


56 








56 


6 


7 


83 


3 


8 


70 


10 


4 


72 


5 


26 


46 





25 


86 





4 


91 


2 


16 


76 


1 


8 


95 


7 


28 


81 


6 


11 


38 


4 


22 


82 


9 


26 


63 


8 


3 


76 


3 


14 


87 


11 


28 


80 


8 


18 


84 


11 


23 


78 








56 


2 


18 


80 


10 





88 


11 


5 


67 


10 


19 


87 


9 


5 


84 


8 


11 


84 


7 


12 


72 








75 








93 


1 


20 


84 


1 


25 


68 


2 





84 





7 


72 








96 


8 


2 


61 








83 


5 





69 









168th ANNUAL REPORT 149 

Date Name Yrs. Months Days 

22 Mary Beaton 

23 Else M. Eibye 
27 Joseph Leroy Brown 
27 Irma Gelsomini 
27 Susan Paglia 

27 Margaret C. Parks 

28 Blanche Dombeck 

28 Marguerite Ruth Whipple 

29 Isabelle Louise Creelman 

September 

1 Giordano E. Fondini 

3 George E. Legge 

4 Blanche Preston 
4 Myrtle I. Tyler 

6 Lillian V. Clements 

7 Carl Henry Brown 

8 Mabray Maynard Cossaboom 
8 Lucille H. Purdon 

10 Charles F. Tallon 

11 Joseph J. Carboneau, Sr. 
11 Stephen Sujkoski 
14 William H. Austin 

14 Barbara Jane MacPherson 

15 Richard Paul Cruickshank 

15 Lillian SanFilippo 

16 Annie D. Joyce 

17 Alexander Mcintosh, Jr. 
19 Astrid Wennerblad 
21 Sonia Gitelson 

21 Frank Sampieri 

22 Fred Mafera 

23 Helen M. McGuire 
23 Harold Abram Moody 

25 Eileen M. Black 

26 Raymond J. Richer 
29 Charles H. Billings 

October 

3 Reather Margaret Kirmes 

4 Gaston E. Loubris 

5 Roy Holland 

5 Catherine Mcintosh 

6 Winifred DeFelice 
11 Helen H. Hatfield 
13 Ralph Leon Buck 
13 Henry McLarnon 
13 Donald Sawin 
15 Angela Marie Carbone 
17 Joseph L. McManamin 



75 





9 


93 


1 


26 


74 








58 


4 


6 


85 


9 


22 


70 


3 


13 


81 


10 


18 


81 


6 


28 


67 





26 


58 





29 


77 








66 








74 


9 


5 


78 


2 


26 


80 


2 


27 


88 


7 


4 


73 


3 


6 


76 


1 


1 


59 








87 








77 


11 


15 


82 


2 


30 


38 


1 


29 


76 


7 


3 


96 








56 


11 


11 


72 


2 


2 


76 








81 


5 


6 


84 


10 


3 


64 








87 


11 


5 


69 


3 


29 


62 








93 


7 


3 


96 


9 


14 


77 


10 


27 


69 


8 


23 


95 





4 


61 


4 





80 


6 


12 


82 


7 


21 


78 


3 


17 


73 


11 


8 


83 


1 


15 


72 


4 


24 



150 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Date Name 

18 Francis E. French 

19 Leo F. Riley 

21 T. Gordon Gray 

23 Robert J. DeVeau 

25 Joseph P. DeCicco 

30 William Johnson 

31 Mary Jane Curtis 

November 

1 Leonard F. McHugh 

3 Guy J. Campagna 

4 Ralph F. Perillo 

5 Marjorie R. Rutter 

6 Clarence J. White 

7 Grace Cicciarella 

8 Lillian Dauphinee 

9 Josephine Murray 

10 Carl F. Humphreys 

11 Helen M. MacDonald 
13 William J. Cunningham 
13 Grazia Stella 

16 Lillian C. Bailey 

16 Edmond W. Mitchell 

18 Elsie Mae Graves 

20 Ernest Havner 

23 Thomas J. Verona, Sr. 

25 Mary Kendrigan 

29 James P. McNally 

29 Josephine C. Means 

30 John Camusi 

30 Aaron Hechtman 

30 Harold W. Kendall 

30 John G. Tucker 

December 

1 Pantaleone Gelsomini 

2 Peter J. Smith 

2 Elisa G. Vekens 

3 Fortunato NMI Como 
3 Carl W. Darling 

3 Catherine V. Lilley 

3 Hazel E.Smith 

5 Kristine Louise Booth 

5 Dorothy M. Kelley 

5 Pauline Turner 

6 James D. Foley 

6 Robert E. Palumbo 

8 Laurence W. Burke 

8 Harold J. Poor 

10 Mildred M. Belmore 



¥rs. 


Months 


Days 


68 


5 


18 


55 


2 


20 


55 








41 


1 


15 


57 


8 


5 


54 





27 


87 


7 


14 


54 








60 








57 


2 





79 


3 


23 


66 


9 


11 


61 





20 


76 








85 


9 


22 


81 


1 


12 


63 


5 


20 


66 


9 


22 


98 


6 


26 


80 








60 








83 


4 


23 


97 


3 


15 


62 


11 


5 


76 


1 


3 


79 


9 


29 


57 


10 


15 


66 


4 


23 


82 








88 


8 


29 


66 


11 


16 


64 


1 


1 


97 








90 


5 


7 


66 








27 


1 


9 


94 








85 


5 


24 





9 





70 








73 


3 


18 


28 


7 


23 


46 


5 


23 


89 


4 


20 


66 


6 


20 


78 


9 


1 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 151 



Yrs. 


Months 


Days 


94 


10 


5 


90 


2 


14 


87 


2 


11 


55 


4 


23 


88 








78 


3 


4 


78 


11 


1 


73 


8 


29 


100 


3 


19 


69 


11 


5 


89 


6 





54 


7 


17 


78 


9 


14 


86 


7 


5 


62 


4 


20 


90 








17 


3 


3 



Date Name 

12 Grace H. Winchester 

14 Florence B. Tobin 

15 Willis H. Tate 

16 William L. Galatas 

17 Wallace M. Rivers 

19 Gladys P. Starratt 

20 Helen B. Jones 

21 George J. Toth, Sr. 

23 Rita McCloskey 

24 Evelyn G. Shea 

26 Edward M. Bridge 

27 Malcolm W. Burke 

27 Helen I. Dresser 

28 Dorothea H. Cotton 
28 Arnold G. Henriksen 
31 Vincent Grainger 

31 Mary D. Phillips 



Report of Town Treasurer 

To the Citizens of Wakefield: 

I herewith present my report for the year ending December 31, 1979: 

TRUST FUNDS 
The Trust Funds and income balances now in the hands of the Treasurer are 
as follows: 



OLD CEMETERY TRUST FUNDS 

Flint Old Burial Ground Fund $ 

Levi Flanders Burial Lot Fund 

Dr. John Hart Burial Lot Fund 

Gad and Clarissa Chandler Carter Burial Lot Fund 

Adams Coburn Burial Lot Fund 

Ezra W. Eaton Burial Lot Fund 

Rev. Thomas A. Emerson Old Cemetery Fund 

Harry E. Haskell Old Cemetery Fund 

Oliver Burial Lot Fund 

Stimpson Family Burial Lot Fund 

Clarissa E. Swain Burial Lot Fund 

Elizabeth Stout Burial Lot Fund 

C. Sweetser Burial Lot Fund 

John Sweetser Old Cemetery Fund 

Rev. Horace Eaton Burial Lot Fund 

Jane K. Vinton Burial Lot Fund 

Nathaniel Moses Old Cemetery Fund 

James and Elizabeth Walton Perpetual Care Fund 

M. P. Raynor Old Cemetery Fund 

Elizabeth Green Cemetery Fund 



Principal 


1979 


of Fund 


Income 


2,000.00 $ 


265.15 


100.00 


16.07 


200.00 


35.58 


200.00 


31.90 


100.00 


17.70 


100.00 


7.74 


1,000.00 


136.87 


100.00 


17.85 


50.00 


8.88 


200.00 


31.82 


500.00 


79.42 


300.00 


40.33 


1,000.00 


141.54 


200.00 


35.64 


25.00 


4.02 


50.00 


7.83 


200.00 


27.80 


100.00 


15.95 


100.00 


15.93 


125.00 


13.36 



152 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



LIBRARY TRUST FUNDS 
John Gould Aborn Library Fund 
Cyrus G. Beebe Library Fund 
Frederick Beebe Library Fund 
Hiram Eaton Library Fund 
Robert Parker Dolbeare Library Fund 
Willard Donnell Library Fund 
Milledge Elliot Library Fund 
Rev. Thomas A. Emerson Library Fund 
Flint Memorial Library Fund 
Merrill W. Gove Library Fund 
Melvin J. Hill Library Fund 
Dr. Francis P. Hurd Library Fund 
Franklin Poole Library Fund 
Mary H. Pratt Library Fund 
Ash ton H. Thayer Library Fund 
Cyrus Wakefield Library Fund 
Annie L. Cox Library Fund 
Frank P. Wakefield Library Fund 
Edwin McDuffee Library Fund 
Alice Beebe Carpenter Library Fund 
Charles S. Beebe Jr. Library Fund 
Junius Oliver Beebe Library Fund 
Harris M. Dolbeare Library Fund 
John H. Beebe Library Fund 
Katherine E. Beebe Library Fund 
Sylenda Beebe Stearns Library Fund 

PARK TRUST FUNDS 
Mary E. Aborn Park Fund 
Sarah E. Bryant Park Fund 
Nancy White Park Fund 
Mary Lizzie Smith Fund 

for Care of Old Cannon on Common 
George E. Cowdrey Park Fund 

SCHOOL TRUST FUNDS 

Rev. Thomas A. Emerson High School Fund 

Nancy White School Fund 

Annie L. Cox Fund for Italian Students 

Elizabeth F. Ingram Fund — Scholarship 

Annie L. Cox Prize for Advancement 

for Advancement in Design Fund 
Grace C. Mansfield School Fund 

VARIOUS TRUST FUNDS 

Jonathan Nichols Temperance Fund 

Willard Donnell Hospital Fund 

Cornelius Sweetser Lecture Fund 

C. Sweetser Guarantee Fund 

George Edward Walker Fund 

Willard Donnell Wakefield Cooperative Shares 

Sweetser Lecture Proceeds 



1,689.26 


86.82 


2,000.00 


112.65 


1,000.00 


56.32 


1,000.00 


51.40 


500.00 


25.68 


500.00 


25.68 


1,000.00 


51.40 


500.00 


28.14 


1,000.00 


56.32 


500.00 


28.14 


500.00 


25.68 


2,500.00 


140.82 


500.00 


28.14 


200.00 


10.28 


500.00 


25.68 


500.00 


28.14 


2,000.00 


93.34 


1,000.00 


81.09 


109.43 


9.06 


6,649.37 


361.07 


1,080.92 


58.70 


4,903.16 


266.25 


1,225.99 


66.58 


2,283.16 


123.98 


5,082.07 


275.97 


2,599.38 


141.15 


2,000.00 


112.65 


2,000.00 


184.63 


1,000.00 


56.32 


100.00 


10.78 


12,872.06 


302.35 


1,000.00 


198.29 


500.00 


62.19 


5,000.00 


381.63 


1,500.00 


178.65 


100.00 


5.80 


1,000.00 


58.86 


1,000.00 


267.76 


7,791.99 


816.17 


10,000.00 


1,352.24 


552.00 


560.96 


3,628.64 


357.69 


2,000.00 


108.35 


529.00 


32.79 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 153 

FOREST GLADE CEMETERY 

Perpetual Care Investments 307,878.11 28,895.28 

FINAL STATEMENT 

Maturing Debt paid from January 1, 1979 to 

December 31, 1979 $1,150,000.00 

Interest on Maturing Debt 152,502.50 

During the fiscal year, July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981 
the following loans will fall due and are to be included 
in the tax levy: 
School Loans 775,000.00 

Water Bonds 10,000.00 

Electric Bonds 65,000.00 

The following amounts will be required to meet 
the interest on the following: 
School Loans 89,125.00 

Temporary Loans 85,000.00 

$ 174,125.00 
Water Bonds 900.00 

Electric Bonds 35,712.50 

We are pleased to report the interest earned 
on investments totals $ 213,733.60 

Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL LAZZARO 
Town Treasurer 



Report of 
Contributory Retirement Board 

There were two hundred and six retirees or their beneficiaries receiving 
payments from the Contributory Retirement System during the year 1979. 

Twenty-six retirees received disability benefits. Twelve beneficiaries re- 
ceived accidental death benefits. Twenty-seven received survivor benefits, and 
one hundred forty-one received superannuation retirement benefits. 

The total payments amounted to $1,031,369.88 of which $941,020.32 was 
paid from the Pension Accumulation Fund and $90,349.56 was paid from the An- 
nuity Reserve Fund. 

Employees' contributions to the Annuity Savings Fund amounted to 
$339,444.93 during the year 1979. 



154 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



WAKEFIELD CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

December 31, 1979 

Investment Schedule 

U.S. Government Bonds $ 648,240.11 

Foreign Bonds 101,000.00 

Finance Bonds 609,902.35 

Industrial Bonds 249,861.93 

Public Utilities 1,593,962.37 

Transportation Bonds 200,777.33 

Telephone Bonds 484,815.65 

$3,888,559.74 

Investment Stocks $ 147,306.00 

Cash-Checking Account 129,898.49 

Savings Bank Deposits 15,000.00 

Co-operative Bank Shares 8,000.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 75,507.55 

Massachusetts Municipal Depository Trust 600,000.00 



$ 975,712.04 
$4,864,271.78 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



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168th ANNUAL REPORT 159 



Sixty-Fifth Annual Report 
of the Town Accountant 

FOR THE FISCAL PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1979 

The total cash expenditure processed by the Town Accountant's Office 
amounted to $40,722,340.61. 

The total cash receipts amount to $41,103,240.31 which indicates the 
necessity for serious attention and consideration in this area of the Town's finan- 
cial program. 

The operational and indebtedness cost of the town services can be examined 
by the simple comparison with other immediately surrounding communities. 

This method of comparison brings the tax rate and valuation variables 
together in the formation of a comparative per-capita cost factor. 









June 30, 


1980 


Per 


Per 


Per 




1978 


1979 


1979 


Tax 


Cap. 


Cap. 


Cap. 


Community 


Pop. 


Valuation 


Gross Debt 


Rate 


Valuation 


Cost 


Debt 


WAKEFIELD 


24,450 


$ 84,663,490 


$4,085,000 


$173.00 


$ 3,462.72 


$599.05 


$167.08 


MELROSE 


29,959 


233,192,301 


9,950,000 


68.80 


7,783.71 


535.51 


332.12 


READING 


23,314 


290,005,860 


9,078,000 


40.00 


12,439.13 


497.56 


389.38 


STONEHAM 


21,564 


271,470,675 


3,215,000 


43.25 


12,589.07 


544.47 


149.09 


NATICK 


32,000 


193,640,800 


4,768,300 


103.00 


6,051.28 


623.28 


149.01 


NEEDHAM 


29,936 


332,432,550 


2,870,000 


56.70 


11,104.78 


629.64 


95.87 


DEDHAM 


25,866 


251,578,700 


3,914,000 


59.80 


9,726.23 


581.62 


151.32 



The growth of the town in population and valuation is directly related to in- 
creased operational cost. The creation of non-existent facilities in areas of the 
town that have herefore been undeveloped and apart from the service arterials 
have required increased capital expenditures in an era of high construction costs. 

The records of the Treasurer have been examined and found to be in agree- 
ment with the Accountant's balances. 

The operating cash balance as of June 30, 1979 is as follows: 
Revenue Cash $ 630,583.98 

Non Revenue Cash 26,141.31 

Revenue Sharing Cash 73,607.18 

Total $ 730,332.47 

Trust Funds have been checked by examination of Securities, Savings Bank 
Accounts, and Deposit Books. 



160 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Funds of the Contributory Retirement System have been verified by ex- 
amination of Bank Books, Securities, and Checking Account. Balance was in 
agreement with the Accountant's balance. Funds are invested as follows: 

Savings Banks $ 15,000.00 

Co-operative Banks 8,000.00 

"Investment Stocks 88,850.42 

U.S. Government Bonds 664,675.57 

Foreign Bonds 101,000.00 

Industrial Bonds 249,861.93 

Finance Bonds 511,864.80 

Transportation Bonds 200,777.33 

Telephone Bonds 484,815.65 

Public Utilities 1,593,962.37 
Shawmut Melrose- Wakefield Trust 

Available Funds 30,515.97 

Total $ 3,949,324.04 



♦Subject to Adjustment 

All cancelled, permanent, and temporary loans paid during the year by the 
Treasurer have been examined and found to be as reported. 

A General Financial Audit of the Town of Wakefield for the year ended June 
30, 1979 was performed by Theodore S. Samet and Company, Certified Public 
Accountants, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

The complete financial statements for the Town, together with the report of 
Theodore S. Samet and Company are on file in the Office of the Board of Select- 
men and are available for review upon request during normal business hours. 

john j. McCarthy 

Town Accountant 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



161 



RECEIPTS 
For the Period 7/1/78-6/30/79 

Taxes — Current Period: 

Real Estate $13,230,417 

Personal Property 613,425 



84 
94 



Taxes — Prior Years: 
Real Estate 
Personal Property 

Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 

Year 1979 
Year 1978 
Year 1977 
Year 1976 
Year 1975 

Grants from the Federal Government: 

Federal Revenue Sharing Grant 

Federal Revenue Anti- Recession 

Project Transportation 

National Defense Education Act 
P.L. 874 

Federal Aid to Education 
P.L. 89-10 Title I - Year 1979 
P.L. 89-10 Title I - Year 1978 
P.L. 94-142 Title VI-B Administration 
P.L. 94-142 Title VI-B Expedition 
P.L. 94-142 Title BI-B Services 
P.L. 94-482 Distributive Education 
P.L. 94-482 Industrial Arts 
P.L. 94-482 Nutrition Education 
P.L. 94-482 Vocational Guidance 
P.L. 93-380 ESE A Title IV-B 
P.L. 95-166 Nutrition Education 
and Training 

Economic Development Administration: 
Curb Replacement Program 
Energy Conservation Program 

Environmental Protection Agency 
Farm Street Sewer Station Modifications 
and Sewage Force Main 
Total Grants from the Federal Government: 



Grants from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

Director of Standards $ 

Loss of Taxes 
Lottery — Local Aid 

Veterans Services — Recipients 



144,052. 
1,983, 



01 
75 



$13,843,843.78 



$ 146,035.76 



618,798. 

436,689. 

44,951. 

2,174. 

931. 



70 
26 
69 
57 
43 



$ 1,103,545.65 



555,323. 

10,676. 

3,059. 



00 
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28 



127,418.50 



69,655 

215 

20,240 

15,295 

41,975 

12,484 

19,179 

3,360 

3,715 

22,157 



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66,503.65 
96,622.38 




641,400.00 




$ 


1,714,278.47 


j: 

25.00 
195,989.97 
422,849.00 




$ 
$ 


618,863.97 
35,888.44 



162 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Department of Public Works: 
Chapter 90 $ 115,610.80 

Highway Fund 110,881.00 

Environmental Protection Agency: 
Farm Street Sewer Station Modifications 
and Sewage Force Main 43,758.00 

$ 270,249.80 

Library Department: 
Aid to Free Public Libraries $ 9,765.38 

School Department: 
School Lunch Program $ 156,313.43 

School Construction — Ch. 645 1,193,392.92 

METCO Program 46,241.94 

School Transportation 83,475.00 

School Tuition/Transportaiton 

of State Wards 24,302.10 

Chapter 70 School Aid 2,103,839.00 

$ 3,607,564.39 

Total Grants from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts $ 4,542,331.98 

Grants from Middlesex County: 

Dog Licenses from the County $ 2,218.87 

Chapter 90 57,805.39 

Total Grants from Middlesex County $ _ 60,024.26 

Gifts: 

Lincoln School Parent Group - Tree $ 100.00 

Licenses and Permits: 



Liquor Package Goods Stores 


$ 6,250.00 




Club Liquor Licenses 


1,250.00 




Restaurant Liquor Licenses 


12,500.00 




Selectmen's Department 


2,951.00 




Marriage Licenses 


1,152.00 




Building Inspector 


78,943.00 




Wire Inspector 


3,253.00 




Plumbing Inspector 


2,493.00 




Gas Inspector 


1,290.00 




Sealer of Weights & Measures 


1,419.40 




Board of Health 


479.50 




Fines and Fees: 


$ 


111,980.90 


Court Fines 


$ 35,985.14 




Library Fines 


3,283.99 






$ 


39,269.13 


General Revenue: 






Tax Title Redemptions 


$ 154,476.97 




Interest and Costs 


25,782.97 




Tax Possessions 


300.00 




Proforma Taxes 


33.12 




Guarantee Deposits 






of Successful Bidders 


13,000.00 




Sale of Town Owned Land 


100.00 




Group Insurance — Blue Cross Dividend 


134,438.00 






$ 


328,131.06 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 163 

Assessments: 

Sidewalks and Streets — Apportioned $ 15,319.49 

Sidewalks and Streets — Unapportioned 18,546.75 

Sidewalks and Streets — Paid in Advance 4,145.60 

Sewers — Apportioned 25,454.89 

Sewers — Unapportioned 8,888.94 

Sewers — Paid in Advance 9,986.30 

Water — Apportioned 234.21 

General Government: 

Income on Treasury Bills 
Income on Time Deposits 
Income on Savings Accounts 
Income on Repurchase Orders 
Income on Massachusetts Municipal 

Depository Trust 
Income on Loans 
Tax Collector's Department 
Town Clerk — Various Fees 
Town Clerk — Sale of Street Lists 
Board of Appeals 
Planning Board 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Dog Officer — Sale of Dogs 

Dog Officer — Care and Maintenance 

Recoveries: 

School — Lost and Damaged Books 

School — Woodworking 

School — Insurance Losses 

Police — Insurance Losses 

General Government — Insurance Losses 

Veterans' Benefits 

Department of Public Works: 

Various Public Works Receipts 

Uniform Payments 

Rental Income — Town Owned Property 

Forestry and Park Division: 
Boat Ramp Permits 
Various Receipts 

Sewer Division: 
Sewer Connections 
Sewer Maintenance 

$33,527.89 



$ 


82,576.18 


7,955.08 




4,808.33 




33,200.56 




13,722.22 




65,144.48 




678.44 




11,979.67 




5,265.40 




1,125.25 




1,680.00 




296.10 




$ 


145,855.53 


5,465.00 




46.00 




6.00 




871.00 




$ 


6,388.00 


2,773.80 




1,945.05 




27,648.93 




3,109.58 




1,500.07 




14,095.00 




$ 


51,072.43 


311.04 




576.14 




16,291.74 




$ 


17,178.92 


3,110.00 




998.94 




$ 


4,108.94 


24,108.69 




9,419.20 





164 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Water Division: 






Water Rates 


$ 521,460.28 




Water Services 


6,783.15 




Water Turn-ons 


70.00 




Water Liens 


40,633.42 




Rental of Water Department Property 


1,650.00 




Various Water Receipts 


104.65 






$ 


570,701.50 



Highway Division: 

Various Highway Receipts 
Cemetery Division: 

Sale of Lots 

Perpetual Care 

Various Cemetery Receipts 



3,836.51 



14,375.00 
22,250.00 
19,777.77 





$ 


56,402.77 


Light Department: 






Sale of Electricity 


$ 5,358,669.52 




Sale of Gas 


1,329,244.72 




Various Light Department Receipts 


133,014.53 






$ 


6,820,928.77 


School Department: 






School Lunch 


$ 211,357.75 




School Athletics 


13,895.57 




Summer School 


16,395.00 




Tuitions — Cities and Towns 


3,541.07 




Registration Fees — Adult Education 


6,414.00 




Rental Fees — School Properties 


1,790.00 




Various School Receipts 


3,484.97 






$ 


256,878.36 


Various Library Receipts 


$ 


327.03 


Recreation Commission: 






Various Recreation Receipts 


$ 


3,113.50 


Youth Activities Commission: 






Various Youth Activities Receipts 


$ 


882.86 


Interest: 






Interest on Taxes 


$ 20,937.19 




Interest on Deferred Assessments 


15,163.25 






$ 


36,100.44 


Interest on Trust Funds: 






Forest Glade Cemetery 






Perpetual Care Fund 


$ 26,155.15 




Cemetery Trust Funds 


38.00 




Park Trust Funds 


1,126.89 




Library Trust Funds 


18,105.21 




School Trust Funds 


1,660.00 




Various Trust Funds 


4,391.36 





$ 51,476.61 



Temporary Loans: 

Anticipation of Reimbursement — 
Tax Revenue 



$ 5,000,000.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 165 



Anticipation of Reimbursement — 



Chapter 90 


210,000.00 


Anticipation of Reimbursement — 




Federal Grant 


1,201,000.00 


State Grant 


182,000.00 




$ 6,593,000.00 


Agency: 




Federal Tax Deductions $ 


2,150,841.56 


State Tax Deductions 


592,596.14 


Teachers' Retirement 


309,008.14 


Teachers' Tax Sheltered Annuity Program 


166,131.04 


Union Dues — Fire Department 


3,048.00 


— Police Department 


4,131.00 


— School Custodians 


4,272.00 


— Wakefield Teachers' Association 


46,526.60 


— Public Works 


7,432.00 


— Town Clerical Union 


3,052.00 


— School Clerical Union 


848.00 


Wakefield Town Employees 




Federal Credit Union 


578,430.04 


Massachusetts Teachers' Association 




Credit Union 


71,371.33 


Group Insurance Deductions: 




Blue Cross Payroll Deductions 


183,074.03 


Blue Cross — Pensioners 


44,043.94 


OME Deductions 


7,308.30 


Harvard Community Health Plan 


6,218.92 


Blue Cross - CETA Program 


84.68 


Life Insurance Payroll Deductions 


4,241.51 


Life Insurance — Pensioners 


926.04 


Life Insurance — CETA Program 


9.25 


Optional Life Insurance 




Payroll Deductions 


10,153.95 


Optional Life Insurance — Pensioners 


327.00 


Special Details — Police Department 


50,168.42 


— Fire Department 


860.74 


— Library Custodians 


125.00 


— School Custodians 


17,883.85 


Sporting Licenses Collected 




for the State 


6,711.35 


Dog Licenses Collected for the County 


3,728.65 


County Fees to Dog Officer 


1,080.00 




$ 4,274,633.48 


Refunds: 




General Government $ 


12,155.23 


Police Department 


756.49 


Veterans Department 


9,098.55 


School Department 


11,360.94 


Library 


611.88 


Unclassified 


10,770.07 


Gas and Electric 


122,317.78 


Public Works 


15,866.14 



166 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Group Insurance 
Retirement System 
Petty Cash 

Total Receipts for the Period 7/1/78-6/30/79 
Cash on Hand: July 1, 1978 

Revenue Cash 

Non-Revenue Cash 

Federal Revenue Cash 

Investments: 

Revenue Cash Invested in: 

Savings Banks 

Time Deposits 

Repurchase Agreements 

Massachusetts Municipal 
Depository Trust 
Non-Revenue Cash Invested in: 

Savings Banks 
Federal Revenue Cash Invested in: 

Savings Banks 
Massachusetts Municipal 

Depository Trust 
Boston Edison Escrow Cash Invested in: 

Time Deposits 
Boston Gas Refund Cash Invested in: 

Treasury Bills 

Savings Banks 



15,315.57 
4,381.95 
2,075.00 



$ 142,348.40 

87,956.03 

132,175.07 



$ 829,000.00 

800,000.00 

3,300,000.00 

5,000,000.00 

1,068,600.00 

406,274.00 

269,000.00 

182,335.40 

95,877.22 
10,154.19 



$ 204,709.60 
$41,103,240.31 



$ 362,479.50 



$11,961,240.81 



Total Receipts and General Cash Investments 



$53,426,960.62 



PAYMENTS 

Expenditures for July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 





Salaries 






and Wages 


Expenses 


Selectmen's Department 

Personal Services 






Elective Officials 


$ 3,000.00 




Permanent 


77,321.99 




Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies $ 
Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 
Automotive Supplies 
Gas, Oil & Lubrication 


115.78 

71.41 

160.19 

212.16 



Total 



$ 80,321.99 



559.54 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



167 



Salaries 








and Wages 


Expenses 




Total 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery $ 


5,347.85 






Postage 


379.67 






Telephone 


3,563.31 






Advertising 


3,155.60 






Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


109.09 






Unclassified 


49.95 










$ 


12,605.47 


Sundry Charges 








Dues & Memberships $ 


737.00 






Unclassified 


53.08 










$ 


790.08 


Special Articles 








1978 Observe Christmas Season $ 


326.00 






1978 Rental North Avenue Parking Area 


12.00 






1978 Retarded Children's Camp 


1,859.24 






1977 Lease Center Street Parking Area 


3,477.05 










$ 


5,674.29 


lelectmen's Department — Total Expenditures 




$ 


99,951.37 



Accounting Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 99,291.27 





$ 


99,291.27 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies I 


& 861.88 




Printing & Reproducing Supplies 


712.38 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


376.43 




Automotive Supplies 


68.56 




Gas, Oil & Lubrication 


457.42 






$ 


2,476.67 


Contractual Services 






Princing & Stationery I 


5 1,666.95 




Postage 


1,823.80 




Binding & Book Repairs 


78.40 




Professional Services 


11,897.60 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


741.85 




Hired Equipment 


1,840.00 




Advertising 


58.00 




Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 


671.00 




Repair & Maintenance Auto 


333.01 




Unclassified 


59.39 






$ 


19,170.00 


Sundry Charges 






Dues & Memberships ! 


5 231.16 






$ 


231.16 


Capital Outlay 






Office Equipment ! 


5 229.00 






$ 


229.00 



168 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 







Salaries 
and Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Accounting Department — Total E: 


spenditures 




$ 


121,398.10 


Data Processing Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 


$ 


37,173.29 








Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Computer Tapes 






$ 


$ 

38.46 
224.70 


37,173.29 


Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Telephone 

Automobile Allowance 
Professional Services 
Hired Equipment 
Travel Inside the Commonwealth 
Unclassified 


$ 


$ 

3,274.17 

517.58 

52.50 

6,532.00 

3,078.00 

48.75 

2.56 


263.16 


Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 






$ 


$ 
25.00 


13,505.56 


Capital Outlay 
Equipment 






$ 


$ 

2,602.26 

$ 


25.00 
2,602.26 


Data Processing Department - 


- Total Expenditures 


$ 


53,569.27 



Treasurer's Department 
Personal Services 
Permanent $ 26,630.34 

Elective Official 9,800.00 

Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 

Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 
Auto Allowance 
Professional Services 
Travel Inside the Commonwealth 
Cleaning & Sanitary Services 
Hired Equipment 
Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 

Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 
Rental & Storage 



$ 36,430.34 



551.62 



1,288.83 
335.14 
898.94 
600.00 
535.00 
386.34 
4.89 
625.30 
253.50 



115.00 
11.00 



551.62 



$ 4,927.94 



126.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 169 

Salaries 
and Wages Expenses Total 

Tax Titles $ 400.00 

$ 400.00 



Treasurer's Department — Total Expenditures $ 42,435.90 

Collector's Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 35,665.98 

Elective Official 13,600.00 

Materials & Supplies 
Printing & Reproducing Supplies 
Office Supplies 

Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 

Professional Services 
Travel Inside the Commonwealth 
Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 

Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 

Capital Outlay 
Office Equipment 

Collector's Department — Total Expenditures 
Assessors' Department 
Personal Services 

Permanent $ 49,631.91 

Elective Officials 4,002.00 

53,633.91 



500.00 





$ 


49,265.98 


34.03 






572.48 








$ 


606.51 


1,149.45 






5,703.52 






648.28 






112.00 






602.37 






251.49 








$ 


8,467.11 


25.00 








$ 


25.00 


298.00 








$ 


298.00 




$ 


58,662.60 



Materials and Supplies 


$ 


Office Supplies 


$ 290.14 


Printing & Reproducing 


209.86 


Contractual Services 


$ 


Printing & Stationery ! 


$ 231.34 


Postage 


375.00 


Telephone 


1,073.74 


Advertising 


29.00 


Auto Allowance 


1,200.00 


Professional Services 


30,397.66 


Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


1,756.55 


Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 


24.50 


Tuition 


208.00 


Unclassified 


41.00 



$ 35,336.79 



170 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships $ 

Assessors' Department — Total Expenditures 


245.00 

$ 
$ 


245.00 
89,715.70 


Legal Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 34,222.57 







Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Printing & Reproducing 
Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


$ 


150.14 

94.78 

601.00 


$ 
$ 


34,222.57 
845.92 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 
Auto Allowance 


$ 


32.45 
124.55 
330.97 

69.50 






Hired Equipment 

Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 

Unclassified 




625.30 

240.16 

31.79 






Professional Services 




23,675.44 






Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 


$ 


161.00 


$ 
$ 


25,130.16 
161.00 


Legal Damages 


$ 


11,531.44 


$ 


11,531.44 


al Department — Total Expenditures 






$ 


71,891.09 



Town Clerk's Department 

Personal Services 



Permanent 


$ 


21,149.16 










Elective Official 




12,800.00 






$ 


33,949.16 


Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Printing & Reproducing 






$ 


133.49 
110.24 


$ 


243.73 


Contractual Services 














Printing & Stationery 

Postage 

Telephone 

Advertising 

Binding & Book Repairs 

Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


$ 


3,097.50 
180.76 
467.38 

1,070.76 
373.00 
360.88 







168th ANNUAL REPORT 171 

Salaries 
and Wages Expenses Total 

Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 
Microfilming 



Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 

Capital Outlay 
Office Equipment 

Travel Outside the Commonwealth 





117.62 
505.62 


$ 


102.00 


$ 


250.00 


$ 


469.64 



6,173.52 

102.00 

250.00 
469.64 



Town Clerk's Department — Total Expenditures $ 41,188.05 



Election & Registration 
Personal Services 














Temporary 


$ 


8,098.07 










Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 






$ 


96.22 


$ 
$ 


8,098.07 
96.22 


Contractual Services 














Printing & Stationery 
Departmental Reports 
Postage 
Telephone 
Advertising 






$ 


3,202.64 

1,174.28 

2,839.44 

45.15 

64.00 






Auto Allowance 








16.04 






Professional Services 








2,665.00 






Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




112.90 
















$ 


10,119.45 


Election & Registration — Total E 


spenditures 






$ 


18,313.74 



Planning Board 

Personal Services 










Permanent 


$ 4,988.16 




$ 


4,988.16 


Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 




$ 


23.89 

$ 


23.89 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Advertising 
Professional Services 




$ 


154.95 

51.75 

766.78 

207.68 




Unclassified 






98.68 





1,279.84 



172 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages 



Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 



Planning Board — Total Expenditures 

Finance Committee 

Personal Services $ 9,242.95 

Materials & Supplies, Contractual 
Services & Sundry Charges 

Finance Committee — Total Expenditures 
Board of Appeals 



$ 1,000.00 



Personnel Board 

Personal Services 

Materials & Supplies 

Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Professional Services 



Personnel Board — Total Expenditures 
Election Selectmen 
Personal Services 
Temporary $ 5,466.13 

Contractual Services 
Unclassified 

Election Selectmen — Total Expenditures 

Personnel Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 

Professional Medical Service 



1,770.75 



Personnel Department — Total Expenditures 
GENERAL GOVERNMENT - Total Expenditures 



Expenses 



114.50 



6,352.76 



2,307.55 



11.80 



$ 76.03 

7,880.00 



$ 3,512.68 



2,999.50 



Total 



114.50 



$ 6,406.39 

$ 9,242.95 

$ 6,352.76 

$ 15,595.71 

$ 2,307.55 

$ 1,000.00 

$ 11.80 

$ 7,956.03 

$ 8,967.83 

$ 5,466.13 

$ 3,512.68 

$ 8,978.81 



$ 1,770.75 



$ 2,999.50 

$ 4,770.25 

$ 644,152.36 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



173 



Salaries 
and wages 
PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY 
Police Department 

♦Personal Services 



Expenses 



Total 



Permanent $ 


565,614.37 






Mechanic 


5,205.34 






Temporary 


120,128.95 






Overtime 


50,763.63 






Other Leaves 


51,462.13 






Educational Incentive 


10,536.87 










$ 


803,711.29 


(♦Federal Revenue Sharing Funds Not Included) 






Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


993.69 




Printing & Reproducing 




2,013.25 




Books, Periodicals & Subscript 


ions 


477.50 




Automotive Supplies 




345.94 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




13,707.37 




Tires, Tubes & Chains 




1,417.24 




Small Tools & Equipment 




23.49 




Educational Supplies 




399.15 




Medical Supplies 




234.25 




Public Safety Supplies 




463.24 




Uniforms 




16,392.84 




Unclassified 




160.12 








$ 


36,628.08 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


812.75 




Postage 




999.75 




Telephone 




6,811.37 




Professional Services 




220.00 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


173.98 




Training Program 




341.86 




Hired Equipment 




655.20 




Repair & Maintenance Automotive 


7,044.92 




Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 


394.15 




Repair & Maintenance Office Equipment 


421.80 




Tuition 




854.00 




Unclassified 




175.00 




Repair & Maintenance Radio 




6,533.32 








$ 


25,438.10 


Sundry Charges 








Dues & Memberships 


$ 


97.00 




Surgical & Dental Services 




156.00 








$ 


253.00 


Capital Outlay 








Automotive 


$ 


15,728.98 




Communications 




5,607.00 








$ 


21,335.98 



174 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages 

Special Articles 
1979 Indemnification of Officers 
1978 Indemnification of Officers 

Police Department — Total Expenditures 

Fire Department 

♦Personal Services 
Permanent $ 560,927.87 

Mechanic 4,929.05 

Call Men 791.66 

Clerical 6,665.55 

Holiday 31,249.90 

Overtime 74,905.91 

Other Leaves 12,353.81 
Emergency Medical Training 8,592.91 

Special Courses 60.00 

Longevity 15.38 

Educational Incentive 4,195.45 



Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 

Travel Inside the Commonwealth 
Cleaning & Sanitary Services 
Hydrant Rentals 
Repair & Maintenance Radio 
Repair & Maintenance Automotive 



Expenses 

2,692.29 
2,011.06 



Total 



(♦Federal Revenue Sharing Funds Not Included) 
Materials & Supplies 

Office Supplies $ 325.12 

Printing & Reproducing 367.80 

Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 225.15 

Electrical Supplies 108.89 

Hardware — Buildings 66.50 

Painting Supplies 85.64 

Lumber & Wood 7.35 

Equipment Supplies 459.94 

Automotive Supplies 2,786.64 

Gas, Oil & Lubricants 4,64 1 .97 

Tires, Tubes & Chains 2,884.24 

Small Tools & Equipment 113.65 

Educational Supplies 460.67 

Medical & Dental Supplies 72.30 

Fire Prevention 2,722.02 

Uniforms 11,961.39 

Unclassified 931.59 



314.00 

30.00 

3,298.89 

190.00 

78.00 

3,035.00 

460.85 

4,592.84 



$ 



4,703.35 



$ 892,069.80 



$ 704,687.49 



$ 28,220.86 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 175 



Salaries 






and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 


1,130.56 




Repair & Maintenance Office Equipment 


66.00 




Tuition 


1,976.00 




Unclassified 


95.92 




Auto Allowance for Mechanic 


800.00 






$ 


16,068.06 


Sundry Charges 






Dues & Memberships $ 


184.00 




Surgical & Dental Services 


1,023.00 




Hospital Services 


413.84 






$ 


1,620.84 


Capital Outlay 






Automotive $ 


5,345.24 




Public Safety 


1,998.50 




Communications 


660.00 






$ 


8,003.74 


Travel Outside the Commonwealth $ 


150.00 






$ 


150.00 


Special Articles 






1979 Indemnification of Firefighters $ 


2,584.38 




1979 Indemnification of Firefighters 


1,443.86 




1978 Indemnification of Firefighters 


1,522.74 






$ 


5,550.98 


'ire Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


764,301.97 



Civil Defense 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


1,853.30 




Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies 


$ 


30.50 


Printing & Reproducing 




10.92 


Automotive Supplies 




69.06 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




416.53 


Medical & Dental Supplies 




30.40 


Public Safety Supplies — Police 




66.97 


Public Safety Supplies — Fire 




653.45 


Uniforms — Police 




1,607.79 


Contractual Services 






Postage 


$ 


59.50 


Telephone 




330.72 


Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




100.00 


Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 


51.59 


Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 


46.50 


Repair & Maintenance Auto 




93.69 



1,853.30 



2,885.62 



682.00 



176 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 










and Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Sundry Charges 










Dues & Memberships 




$ 


15.00 

$ 


15.00 


Capital Outlay 










Communications 




$ 


451.95 

$ 


451.95 


Civil Defense — Total Expenditures 






$ 


5,887.87 


Building Department 










Personal Services 










Permanent $ 


47,428.61 




$ 


47,428.61 


Materials & Supplies 










Office Supplies 




$ 


159.99 




Printing & Reproducing 






57.61 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 




50.83 




Automotive Supplies 






108.86 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






225.18 




Tires, Tubes & Chains 






80.00 

$ 


682.47 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 




$ 


55.36 




Postage 






91.25 




Telephone 






526.53 




Auto Allowance 






1,258.50 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




48.00 




Repair & Maintenance Automotive 




485.92 




Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 




28.89 










$ 


2,494.45 


Sundry Charges 










Dues & Memberships 


l 


1 


60.00 

$ 


60.00 


Building Department — Total Expenditures 




$ 


50,665.53 


Animal Inspector 










Personal Services 










Permanent $ 


12,500.80 








Materials & Supplies 






$ 


12,500.80 


Office Supplies 




$ 


9.51 




Small Tools & Implements 






94.25 




Medical Supplies 






152.38 




Food & Groceries 






405.14 




Clothing 






89.39 




Tires, Tubes & Chains 






251.13 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






1,001.38 




Automotive Supplies 






192.05 





2,195.23 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



177 





Salaries 






and Wages 


Expenses Tota 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery 


$ 


27.50 


Postage 




128.00 


Telephone 




1,429.04 


Professional Services 




203.75 


Not Classified 




66.00 



$ 



1,854.29 



$ 



Animal Inspector — Total Expenditures 

Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Personal Services 

Permanent 
Materials & Supplies 

Office Supplies 

Small Tools & Implements 

Contractual Services 
Auto Allowance 

Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 



5,216.00 



77.88 
102.09 



375.00 



10.00 



$ 16,550.32 



$ 5,216.00 



179.97 



375.00 



10.00 



Sealer of Weights & Measures — Total Expenditures 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY - 
Total Expenditures 

HEALTH & SANITATION 
Health Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 32,881.20 

Elected Officials 650.00 



5,780.97 



$ 1,735,256.46 





$ 


33,531.20 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies $ 


97.89 




Printing & Reproducing 


52.92 




Chemicals 


150.00 




Medical & Dental Supplies 


492.94 






$ 


793.75 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery $ 


151.20 




Postage 


300.00 




Telephone 


474.35 




Auto Allowance 


553.86 




Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 


78.00 




Water Testing 


120.00 




Professional Services 


1,139.00 




Unclassified 


31.00 





2,847.41 



178 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages 



Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 



Special Articles 
1978 Mental Out-Patient Clinic 
1978 735 Drug Program 

1977 Mosquito Control 

1978 Mosquito Control 

1978 Retarded Citizens Program 



HEALTH & SANITATION - Total Expenditures 



Expenses 



43.00 



30,000.00 
31,972.00 

3,673.37 
11,802.75 

8,093.00 



Total 



43.00 



$ 85,541.12 
$ 122,756.48 



PUBLIC WORKS 
Personal Services 
Administration 

Permanent 
Overtime 
Other Leaves 



86,776.93 

136.42 

12,071.76 



Engineering 






Permanent 


$ 


81,253.80 


Temporary 




20,578.21 


Overtime 




810.85 


Other Leaves 




14,210.27 


Garage Division 






Permanent 


$ 


58,486.63 


Overtime 




2,142.92 


Other Leaves 




12,848.42 


Buildings Division 






Permanent 


$ 


42,347.44 


Temporary 




498.56 


Overtime 




389.88 


Other Leaves 




6,111.80 


Forestry & Park Division 






Permanent 


$ 


143,581.08 


Temporary 




16,269.10 


Overtime 




249.44 


Other Leaves 




28,116.82 


Cemetery Division 






Permanent 


$ 


48,282.25 


Temporary 




3,187.18 


Overtime 




1,561.87 


Other Leaves 




7,392.06 



$ 98,985.11 



$ 116,853.13 



$ 73,477.97 



$ 49,347.68 



$ 188,216.44 



$ 60,423.36 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



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Armory Division 

Permanent 
Overtime 
Other Leaves 



Salaries 
and Wages 

36,955.84 
3,403.02 
4,478.26 



Expenses 



Sewer Division 




Permanent 


$ 62,999.43 


Temporary 


463.05 


Overtime 


11,073.82 


Other Leaves 


8,190.82 


Highway Division 




Permanent 


$ 330,548.11 


Temporary 


20,205.16 


Overtime 


25,803.79 


Other Leaves 


60,995.08 



Public Works Personal Services — Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water Division) 

Public Works Department 

Materials & Supplies 

Administration 
Office Supplies $ 1,800.90 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 247.72 

Unclassified 125.17 



Engineering Division 




Paper Stock 


$ 529.37 


Field Stock 


401.86 


Unclassified 


44.74 


Garage Division 




Equipment Supplies 


$ 24,758.14 


Automotive Supplies 


3,530.92 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


38,840.76 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 


5,924.77 


Small Tools & Implements 


2,751.90 


Unclassified 


2,941.92 


Buildings Division 




Custodial Supplies 


$ 3,772.01 


Electrical Supplies 


2,202.65 


Fuel 


23,964.27 


Hardware 


544.31 


Paint Supplies 


508.80 


Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


825.33 


Lumber & Wood Products 


78.14 


Unclassified 


1,252.95 



Total 



$ 44,837.12 



$ 82,727.12 



$ 437,552.14 



$ 1,152,420.07 



2,173.79 



975.97 



$ 78,748.41 



$ 33,148.46 



180 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Forestry & Park Division 








Printing Supplies 


$ 


56.61 




Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies 


13,127.31 




Small Tools & Equipment 




4,312.93 




Chemicals 




254.52 




Clothing 




287.03 




Unclassified 




985.70 








$ 


19,024.10 


Cemetery Division 








Concrete Foundations 


$ 


323.02 




Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies 


438.61 




Small Tools & Equipment 




1,360.71 




Sectional Vaults 




2,918.00 




Clothing 




182.85 




Unclassified 




236.10 








$ 


5,459.29 


Armory Division 








Custodial Supplies 


$ 


786.39 




Electrical Supplies 




330.99 




Fuel 




5,391.52 




Hardware 




92.51 




Paint Supplies 




30.71 




Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


83.87 




Lumber & Wood Products 




4.85 




Unclassified 




111.23 








$ 


6,832.07 


Sewer Division 








Masonry Supplies 


$ 


377.90 




Iron Castings 




1,110.00 




Equipment Supplies 




2,471.01 




Small Tools & Equipment 




84.34 




Chemicals 




4,754.05 




Sewer Pipe & Fittings 




696.31 




Clothing 




90.31 




Unclassified 




456.60 








$ 


10,040.52 


Highway Division 








Street Signs 


$ 


3,654.04 




Drainage 




5,069.82 




Repair Sidewalks 




3,459.31 




Patching 




11,449.48 




Broom Refills 




616.02 




Small Tools & Equipment 




2,060.30 




Litter Containers 




71.96 




Clothing 




950.18 




Unclassified 




1,083.24 





Public Works Materials & Supplies — Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water Division) 



$ 28,414.35 



$ 184,816.96 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



181 



Salaries 








and Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Public Works Department 








Contractual Services 








Administration 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


867.41 




Postage 




303.33 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




2.75 




Repair & Maintenance Office Equipment 




488.45 




Unclassified 




336.90 








$ 


1,998.84 


Engineering Division 








Recording Fees 


$ 


10.85 




Instrument Repairs 




292.85 




Unclassified 




72.61 








$ 


376.31 


Garage Division 








Repair & Maintenance Automotive 


$ 


777.93 




Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 




12,909.79 




Unclassified 




358.48 








$ 


14,046.20 


Buildings Division 








Telephone 


$ 


4,369.66 




Light, Heat & Power 




22,429.01 




Auto Allowance 




249.96 




Cleaning & Sanitary Services 




497.44 




Boiler Maintenance 




1,826.65 




Air Conditioning Service 




299.80 




Repair & Maintenance Buildings & Structures 


3,114.01 




Unclassified 




711.08 




Forestry & Park Division 




$ 


33,497.61 


Advertising 


$ 


484.00 




Professional Services 




10,421.50 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




194.40 




Hired Equipment 




2,787.00 




Fence Repairs 




666.20 




Unclassified 




337.75 








$ 


14,890.85 


Cemetery Division 








Recording Fees 


$ 


63.00 




Hired Equipment 




242.67 




Unclassified 




154.84 








$ 


460.51 


Armory Division 








Telephone 


$ 


377.79 




Light, Heat & Power 




2,478.04 




Auto Allowance 




250.04 




Cleaning & Sanitary Services 




71.12 




Repair & Maintenance Building & Structures 


381.78 




Unclassified 




75.02 





3,633.79 



182 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages Expenses Total 



Sewer Division 

Light, Heat & Power $ 15,520.25 

Hired Equipment 1,075.00 

Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 1,662.91 

Unclassified 29.82 



Highway Division 




Advertising 


$ 733.64 


Weather Service 


725.00 


Uniforms 


3,267.20 


Repair Two- Way Radios 


1,892.12 


Equipment Repairs 


339.80 


Traffic Lines 


4,934.25 


Bituminous Concrete in Place 


2,711.20 


Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


128.90 


Unclassified 


581.95 



$ 18,287.98 



$ 15,314.06 
Public Works Contractual Services — Total Expenditures 

(Exclusive of Water Division) $ 102,506.15 



Public Works Department 








Sundry Charges 








Administration 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 


$ 


1,311.49 




Buildings Division 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 




39.00 




Forestry & Park Division 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 




68.51 




Cemetery Division 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 




33.00 




Armory Division 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 




20.00 




Highway Division 








Sundry Charges Not Classified 




36.00 




Public Works Sundry Charges — Total Expenditures 






(Exclusive of Water Division) 




$ 


1,508.00 


Public Works Department 








Capital Outlay 








Administration 








Office Equipment 


$ 


139.00 




Furniture & Fixtures 




152.00 








$ 


291.00 


Buildings Division 








Buildings & Structures 


$ 


2,859.40 




Furniture & Fixtures 




150.00 








$ 


3,009.40 


Forestry & Park Division 








Communications 


$ 


800.00 




Fence — Sullivan Park 




1,291.00 








$ 


2,091.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



183 



Salaries 
and Wages 



Cemetery Division 

Land 

Armory Division 

Buildings & Structures 

Highway Division 
Automotive 



Expenses 



$ 15,172.97 



58.13 



Total 



$ 15,172.97 



58.13 



$ 



7,578.62 



Public Works Capital Outlay — Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water Division) 



7,578.62 
28,201.12 



Public Works Department 






Water Division 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


225,181.06 




Temporary 


13,640.15 




Overtime 


20,674.12 




Other Leaves 


34,832.75 


$ 294,328.08 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies 


$ 


603.32 


Custodial Supplies 




105.85 


Fuel 




3,973.76 


Painting Supplies 




280.70 


Patching 




5,939.40 


Sand, Gravel & Loam 




2,589.14 


Equipment Supplies 




7,519.20 


Automotive Supplies 




1,208.97 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




13,406.18 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 




2,079.68 


Small Tools & Implements 




3,895.61 


Water Pipes & Fittings 




16,971.93 


Chemicals 




1,846.73 


Meters & Meter Parts 




19,501.87 


Clothing 




316.98 


Unclassified 




1,641.52 

$ 81,880.84 


Contractual Services 






Office Supplies 


$ 


1,442.49 


Postage 




1,617.71 


Telephone 




10,773.84 


Light, Heat & Power 




31,602.82 


Purchased Water 




1,107.56 


Advertising 




19.88 


Leak Survey 




3,150.00 


Professional Services 




1,913.45 


Cleaning & Uniforms 




520.06 


Hired Equipment 




17,359.90 



184 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 








and Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Repair Two- Way Radios 




1,894.88 




Repair & Maintenance Automotive 




166.25 




Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 




5,665.35 




Repair & Maintenance Buildings & Structures 


1,659.97 




Repair & Maintenance Office Equipment 




379.70 




Unclassified 




275.41 








$ 


79,549.27 


Sundry Charges 








Not Classified 


$ 


863.90 








$ 


863.90 


Capital Outlay 








Furniture & Fixtures 


$ 


601.72 




Automotive 




3,799.52 




Construction 




10,051.73 




Unclassified 




129.00 








$ 


14,581.97 


Public Works Water Division — Total Expenditures 


$ 


471,204.06 


Sewer Connections 


$ 


23,220.15 








$ 


23,220.15 


Snow & Ice Account $ 32,482.90 


$ 


123,434.51 








$ 


155,917.41 


Total 




$ 


179,137.56 


Public Works — Special Articles 








Sewer Division 








1978 Sewer Construction 


$ 


53,912.22 




1977 Sewer Construction 




9,706.97 




1977 Sewer Construction 




16,719.84 








$ 


80,339.03 


Cemetery Division 








1978 Repurchase of Lots 


$ 


480.00 








$ 


480.00 


Highway 








1978 Disposal of Refuse 


$ 


135,931.04 




1978 Construction of Storm Drains 




23,688.30 




1978 Construct Flanders Lane 




35,736.68 




1978 Construct Morgan Ave. 




19,579.64 




1978 Construct Harrison Ave. 




86,574.00 




1978 Repair Blossom Street 




3,654.48 




1978 Repair Newhall Court 




3,245.28 




1978 Repair Mitchell Lane 




8,200.00 




1978 Construct Sidewalks & Curbs 




40.64 




1977 Disposal of Refuse 




32,081.96 




1977 Fencing and Guard Rails 




72.23 




1977 Street Construction 




39,357.74 




1976 Construct Sidewalks & Curbs 




5,483.94 




1976 Construct Storm Drains 
1975 Replace Sidewalks 




11,642.65 

288.73 





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185 



Salaries 
and Wages 

1975 Replace Sidewalks & Curbs 
1975 Construct Guard Rails 
1973 Chapter 90 Construction 
1972 Chapter 90 Construction 
1971 Chapter 90 Construction 
1970 Chapter 90 Construction 
1969 Chapter 90 Construction 
1968 Chapter 90 Construction 
1967 Chapter 90 Construction 

Forestry & Park Division 

1978 Construct Fence — Veterans ' Field 
Ceta Program 
Water Division 

1978 Fluoride Equipment & Supplies 
1975 Lay/Relay Water Mains 



Public Works Special Articles — Total Expenditures 
PUBLIC WORKS - Total Expenditures 



Expenses 

8,041.69 
48.11 
27,841.65 
47,600.00 
47,600.00 
48,600.00 
36,910.95 
42,000.00 

3,168.53 



Total 





$ 


667,388.24 




$ 
$ 


1,970.00 
3,465.64 


$ 


7,704.77 
180.96 





7,885.73 



$ 761,528.64 
$ 2,880,557.56 



VETERANS' BENEFITS DEPARTMENT 
Veterans' Department 
Personal Services 
Permanent $ 21,454.31 







$ 


21,454.31 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


127.10 




Printing & Reproducing Supplies 




100.00 








$ 


227.10 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


62.79 




Postage 




289.90 




Telephone 




468.22 




Auto Allowance 




400.00 




Travel Inside the Commonwealth 




335.00 




Repair & Maintenance Office Furniture 




45.00 





Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 

Recipients 

Care of Veterans' Graves 

VETERANS' BENEFITS DEPARTMENT 
Total Expenditures 



35.00 



81,439.74 
179.00 



1,600.91 



35.00 



$ 81,618.74 



$ 104,936.06 



186 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 




and Wages 


Expenses Total 


EDUCATION 




School Department 




Personal Services 




Permanent $ 7,075,089.37 




Temporary 115,461.93 




Athletic Officials 9,826.50 




Overtime 62,473.38 






$ 7,262,851.18 


Materials & Supplies 




Office Supplies $ 


11,518.10 


Printing & Reproducing Supplies 


8,009.84 


Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


165,656.97 


Custodial Supplies 


16,190.34 


Electrical Supplies 


9,010.53 


Fuel 


152,239.74 


Hardware Supplies 


2,284.71 


Painting Supplies 


5,349.86 


Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


7,318.47 


Masonry Supplies 


406.65 


Ready Mix Concrete 


39.85 


Lumber & Wood Products 


2,265.39 


Agricultural & Horticultural Supplies 


5,252.44 


Equipment Supplies 


13,326.68 


Bituminous 


416.50 


Automotive Supplies 


891.50 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


5,093.81 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 


369.00 


Small Tools & Implements 


555.13 


Educational Supplies 


121,771.26 


Recreational Supplies 


29,398.84 


Medical & Dental Supplies 


994.94 


Unclassified 


4,580.28 




$ 562,940.83 


Contractual Services 




Printing & Stationery $ 


8,939.34 


Postage 


8,398.68 


Telephone 


32,906.78 


Light, Heat & Power 


119,692.06 


Water 


4,429.08 


Advertising 


2,613.80 


Binding & Book Repairs 


354.90 


Auto Allowance 


13,786.58 


Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


4,093.80 


Cleaning & Sanitary Services 


7,678.64 


Hired Equipment 


39,784.58 


Repair & Maintenance Automotive 


4,501.66 


Repair & Maintenance Tools & Equipment 


33,575.40 


Professional Services 


8,398.96 


Repair & Maintenance Buildings & Structures 


54,477.66 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 187 





Salaries 
and Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Repair & Maintenance Office Equipment 

Transportation 

Tuition 

Unclassified 




5,225.97 

263,255.43 

229,708.99 

15,862.07 




Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 
Rental & Storage 

Insurance & Surety Bond Premiums 
Medical 


$ 


$ 

6,180.95 

7,381.50 

5,428.00 

10,907.38 


857,684.38 


Out-of-State Travel 




$ 


$ 
3,858.75 


29,897.83 


Trade Schools 
Adult Education 




$ 


$ 
24,774.50 
3,450.00 

$ 


3,858.75 
28,224.50 



School Department — Total Expenditures $ 8,745,457.47 

Northeast Metropolitan Regional 

Vocational School District Assessment $ 233,967.04 



ibrary Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 245,098.81 








$ 


245,098.81 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies $ 


2,976.27 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


64,829.99 




Records & Films 


1,917.86 




Custodial Supplies 


1,722.88 




Electrical Supplies 


2,933.45 




Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


2,542.87 




Food & Groceries 


155.88 






$ 


77,079.20 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Microfilm $ 


1,883.25 




Postage 


738.32 




Telephone & Other Communications 


2,383.29 




Light, Heat & Power 


19,890.01 




Water Services 


149.76 




Advertising 


55.23 




Binding & Book Repairs 


714.40 




Auto Allowance 


304.85 




Professional Services 


1,472.87 




Hired Equipment 


405.00 




Building Maintenance 


11,270.35 




Tuition 


259.00 






$ 


39,526.33 



188 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 
and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 




$ 


425.00 




Capital Outlay 
Furniture & Fixtures 




$ 


$ 
950.00 


425.00 


Travel Outside the Commonwealth 


$ 


$ 
74.60 


950.00 








$ 


74.60 



Library Department — Total Expenditures $ 363,153.94 

EDUCATION, SCHOOL AND LIBRARY DEPARTMENTS - 

Total Expenditures $ 9,342,578.45 



Recreation Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 39,898.56 







$ 


39,898.56 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


109.39 




Printing & Reproducing 


Supplies 


171.37 




Hardware 




637.78 




Masonry Supplies 




154.48 




Sand, Gravel & Loam 




610.33 




Ready Mix Concrete 




298.95 




Water Pipes & Fittings 




672.51 




Chemicals 




63.00 




Ball Field Maintenance 




593.50 




Recreational Supplies 




5,957.81 




Medical & Dental Suppl 


ies 


191.43 




Food & Groceries 




634.56 




Clothing & Uniforms — 


Diving Equipment 


469.95 




Unclassified 




303.00 








$ 


10,868.06 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


708.41 




Postage 




158.00 




Telephone & Other Communications 


519.39 




Advertising 




298.20 




Auto Allowance 




495.00 




Professional Services 




1,800.00 




Movies 




680.75 




Transportation 




1,129.50 




Unclassified 




126.96 








$ 


5,916.21 


Capital Outlay 


$ 


7,256.87 








$ 


7,256.87 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



189 



Salaries 
and Wages 

SPECIAL ARTICLE 
1977 Complete Yeuell Playground 



Recreation Department 

Council On Aging 
Personal Services 
Permanent 



Total Expenditures 



9,098.00 



Sundry Charges 
Dues & Membership 



Council On Aging — Total Expenditures 

Youth Activities Commission 

Personal Services 



Permanent 

Materials & Supplies 
Food & Groceries 



7,342.82 



Expenses 

7,782.00 



Materials & Supplies 




Office Supplies 


$ 178.85 


Educational Supplies 


62.03 


Medical & Dental Supplies 


42.06 


Food & Groceries 


390.48 


Unclassified 


99.32 


Contractual Services 




Printing & Stationery 


$ 428.19 


Postage 


254.68 


Telephone & Other Communications 


584.35 


Professional Services 


454.10 


Travel Inside the Commonwealth 


351.55 


Cleaning & Sanitary Services 


128.00 


Hired Equipment 


150.00 


Transportation 


3,750.80 


Light, Heat & Power 


25.00 



5.00 



Capital Outlay 






Office Equipment 


$ 


465.00 


Special Articles 






1978 Home Care Program 


$ 


1,099.12 


1978 Mystic Valley Home Care 




2,795.16 


1978 Maiden Action Nutrition 




2,852.50 


1978 Older American Act 




2,792.34 



99.98 



Total 



7,782.00 



$ 71,721.70 



9,098.00 



772.74 



6,126.67 



5.00 



465.00 



9,539.12 



$ 26,006.53 



7,342.82 



99.98 



190 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages 


Expenses 


Contractual Services 




Printing & Stationery $ 


8.35 


Postage 


55.40 


Telephone & Other Communications 


93.50 


Advertising 


73.90 


Professional Services 


250.00 


Sundry Charges 




Rental & Storage $ 


612.40 


Insurance & Surety Bond Premiums 


85.00 



Total 



481.15 



697.40 



Youth Activities Commission — Total Expenditures $ 8,621.35 

Contributory Retirement System 

Pension Accumulation Fund 
Expense Fund 

Workmen's Compensation Credit 
Non-Contributory Pension Account 

Assessments Veterans' Pensions 



$ 


817,328.00 




41,878.91 




728.36 




215,927.67 




$ 1,075,862.94 


$ 


3,291.76 




$ 3,291.76 



CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT & NON-CONTRIBUTORY 

PENSION ACCOUNT - Total Expenditures $ 1,079,154.70 



Group Insurance 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 17,078.99 



Town Appropriation $ 764,377.39 



$ 17,078.99 

$ 764,377.39 
Group Insurance — Total Expenditures $ 781,456.38 

Unclassified 

Unemployment Compensation $ 14,753.25 

Miscellaneous Selectmen 5,582.65 

Insurance Coverage 140,777.34 

Workers' Compensation 144,164.00 

Fire, Police & Traffic Signals 17,761.89 

1979 Observe Memorial Day 550.00 

1978 Traffic Lights, Main & Oak Street 4,182.00 

1977 Observe Memorial Day 542.04 

1977 Observe Veterans' Day 80.00 

1975 Lights — Veterans Field 50.00 

1975 Purchase Generator 268.00 

Street Lights 110,000.00 

$ 438,711.17 
Unclassified — Total Expenditures $ 438,711.17 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 191 

Salaries 
and Wages Expenses Total 

RECREATION, COUNCIL ON AGING, YOUTH ACTIVITIES 
COMMISSION, UNCLASSIFIED, CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT 
SYSTEM, GROUP INSURANCE - Total Expenditures $ 2,405,671.83 



GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS: 

Agency 
Federal Tax Deductions 
State Tax Deductions 


$ 


2,177,878.95 
600,389.51 






Clerical Union Dues 

Police Union Dues 

Fire Union Dues 

Public Works Union Dues 

School Teachers' Union Dues 

School Custodians' Union Dues 

School Clerical Union Dues 


$ 


2,994.00 
4,039.00 
3,060.00 
7,392.00 
46,526.60 
4,320.00 
818.00 


$ 


2,778,268.46 


Salaries — Off Duty Police Officers 
Salaries — Off Duty Fire Fighters 
Salaries — Off Duty Custodians — Library 
Salaries — Off Duty Custodians — School 


$ 


50,234.39 
860.74 
264.45 

17,914.55 


$ 


69,149.60 


Blue Cross Deductions 

Blue Cross Deductions — Pension 

Blue Cross - CETA 


$ 


186,584.96 

43,580.40 

84.68 


$ 


69,274.13 


Optional Medicare Expense 

Life Insurance Deductions 

Life Insurance Deductions — Pension 

Life Insurance Deductions — CETA 


$ 


7,335.64 

4,710.02 

1,021.73 

9.25 


$ 


230,250.04 


Harvard Community Health Plan 

Optional Life Insurance 

Optional Life Insurance — Pension 




4,874.60 

10,006.10 

410.10 


$ 


13,076.64 


Tax Sheltered Annuities 
Town Employees' Federal Credit Union 
Mass. Teachers' Assoc. Credit Union 
Teachers' Retirement Deductions 


$ 


170,696.56 

586,739.31 

71,371.33 

309,008.14 


$ 


15,290.80 


Dog Licenses Paid to County $ 
Sale of Dogs 

County Reimbursement to Saugus Dog Pound 
Sporting Licenses Paid to State 


3,811.50 

9.00 

620.00 

6,711.60 


$ 


1,137,815.34 








$ 


11,152.10 








$ 


4,324,277.11 



192 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 

and Wages Expenses 
State and County Assessments 

Mass Bay Transit Authority $ 409,824.77 

Smoke Inspection 1,891.69 

State Exam of Retirement Systems 764.80 

Audit of Municipal Accounts 552.80 

Motor Vehicle Excise 3,123.90 

Metropolitan Parks & Reservations 287,234.68 
Metropolitan Sewerage Loan — North System 230,055.66 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 3,775.95 

M.D.C. Water Assessments 202,723.20 

Middlesex County Tax 254,711.45 



Total 



$ 1,394,658.90 



Refunds 

Real Estate Tax 75-76 
Real Estate Tax 76-77 
Real Estate Tax 77-78 
Real Estate Tax 78-79 

Excise Tax 1975 
Excise Tax 1976 
Excise Tax 1977 
Excise Tax 1978 

Sewer Connections 
Water Rates 
Water Services 

Successful Bidder — Public Works 
Successful Bidder — Schools 

Replace Supplies Ch. 88-72 
Summer School — Return of Deposit 
Perpetual Care 



Trust Funds 

Willard Donnell Hospital Fund 

Annie I. Cox 

Annie I. Cox Advancement Design 

Rev. Emerson School Fund 

Elizabeth Ingram Fund 

Grace C. Mansfield 

George A. Cowdry 

Nancy White School Fund 

Flint Old Burial Ground 

Elizabeth Stout Fund 

Ezra Eaton Fund 



7,352.50 

9,686.90 

38,321.28 

43,887.01 



208.73 

1,743.15 

2,091.64 

14,246.38 



4,551.95 
425.15 

14.85 



600.00 
17,000.00 



10,704.35 

90.00 

23,210.00 



3,612.51 

600.00 

10.00 

400.00 

600.00 

50.00 

961.36 

778.85 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 



99,247.69 



$ 18,289.90 



4,991.95 



$ 17,600.00 



$ 34,004.35 
$ 174,133.89 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 193 



Salaries 




and Wages 


Expenses Total 


C. Sweetser Fund 


10.00 


Edward McDuffee Library Fund 


26.88 



7,079.60 



RECOVERIES 

Stolen or Damaged Town Properties 

Police Department $ 3,109.58 

Public Works 2,708.88 

Gifts 

Wakefield Garden Club 

Beautification of Main St. Parking Area 

Miscellaneous Accounts 

Estimated Receipts $ 555.15 

Petty Cash 1,150.00 

Police Escrow 92.00 



$ 


5,818.46 


$ 


630.00 
510.96 


$ 


1,140.96 





$ 1,797.15 


Light Department 

Personal Services 


$ 1,089,347.25 


Vouchers 


$ 1,089,347.25 
$ 5,523,628.09 



$ 5,523,628.09 
$ 6,612,975.34 



$ 919,590.82 



Non-Revenue 

Farm Street/Oak Street Sewer Construction $ 919,590.82 

Federal Revenue Sharing 

Police Department $ 321,625.71 

Fire Department 288,432.83 

Expense Fund 15.00 

$ 610,073.54 

Federal Revenue Sharing — Total Expenditures $ 610,073.54 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 
Federal Aid to Education 

P.L. 874 National Defense 

Education Act $ 87,024.39 

Title IV B 7030 - 9716 5,321.02 
P.L. 94-482 

Distributive Education $ 4,627.59 5,857.26 

P.L. 94-482 Industrial Arts Program 9,477.20 

P.L. 94-482 Nutrition Education 744.00 473.15 

P.L. 94-482 Voc. Guide Info. System 2,396.97 

P.L. 93-380 Learning Resources 12,578.42 
P.L. 94-166 Sec. 19 Nutrition Ed. 

& Training Pr. 383.50 



194 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


P.L. 89-10 Title I Fiscal 78 




6,473.39 




P.L. 89-10 Title I Fiscal 79 


34,986.02 


23,032.14 




P.L. 94-142 IV-B Administrative 




777.89 




P.L. 94-142 IV-B Expedition 




1,560.13 




P.L. 94-142 Project Expedition 


3,000.00 


5,145.09 




P.L. 94-142 Asst. Adm. 








for Testing 


17,602.24 


831.59 




P.L. 94-142 Direct Services 


33,809.08 


3,734.49 




$ 


94,768.93 $ 


165,066.63 








$ 


259,835.56 


Metco Chapter 506 $ 


10,777.48 $ 


29,337.80 








$ 


40,115.28 


School Lunch $ 


136,911.72 $ 


240,781.41 








$ 


377,693.13 


School Athletic Fund 




$ 


12,494.39 


Adult Education Fund 




$ 


9,400.29 






$ 


699,538.65 


Debt Services 








Interest: 








Water 


$ 


1,500.00 




Light 




38,822.50 




School 




177,650.00 




Sewer 




2,985.00 




Anticipation of Federal Grant 




14,607.07 




Anticipation of Tax Revenue 




54,693.30 




Anticipation of Chapter 90 




4,293.33 




Appelate Tax Court Decisions 




4,991.96 








$ 


299,543.16 


Maturing Debt: 








Water 


$ 


10,000.00 




Light 




65,000.00 




School 




1,140,000.00 




Sewer 




110,000.00 








$ 


1,325,000.00 


Temporary Loans: 








Anticipation of Tax Levy 


$ 


5,000,000.00 




Anticipation of Federal Public Works Project 


1,451,000.00 




Anticipation of State Public Works Project 


200,000.00 




Anticipation of Chapter 90 Highway Funds 


210,000.00 





Debt Services — Total Expenditures 

Federal Grants 

Selectmen/Public Works 

Public Works — Contractual Services 

Council on Aging Federal Grant 

Public Works Snow & Ice 

Public Works Federal Grant 508 



$ 6,861,000.00 
$ 8,485,543.16 



20,365.87 

32,547.71 

1,777.53 

1,731.30 

66,503.65 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 


195 


Salaries 






and Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Public Works E.D.A. 


96,622.38 




Library — Legal Reference Development Project 128.39 




Police Department Title II P.L. 369 


30,127.00 




FEDERAL GRANTS - Total Expenditures 




$ 249,803.83 


Total Expenditures for the Period of 






July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 




$40,722,340.61 


Cash on Hand — June 30, 1979 






Revenue Cash $ 


630,583.98 




Non- Revenue Cash 


26,141.31 




Federal Revenue 


73,607.18 


$ 730,332.47 


Total Expenditures and Cash on Hand — 






June 30, 1979 




$41,452,673.08 


Investments 






Revenue Cash 






Invested in Treasury Bills $ 


392,453.68 




Invested in Time Deposits 


1,090,356.86 




Invested in Savings Certificates 


47,500.00 




Invested in Repurchase Agreements 


2,400,000.00 




Invested in Mass. Municipal Trust 


6,729,000.00 


$10,659,310.54 


Non-Revenue Cash 






Invested in Savings Bank 




$ 635,758.00 


Federal Revenue Sharing 






Invested in Savings Bank 




679,219.00 


Investments — Total Expenditures 




$11,974,287.54 


Total Expenditures & General Cash Investments 




$53,426,960.62 



RESERVE FUND 

July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 
Appropriation from Tax Levy 
Transfer from Overlay Surplus 
Transfers voted to the various 

departments by the Finance Committee 

during the Fiscal Year 1979 $ 76,825.44 

Transfer to Overlay Surplus 23,174.56 



37,640.57 
62,359.43 



$ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 



EXCESS AND DEFICIENCY ACCOUNT 

July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 
Balance July 1,1978 $ 763,218.76 

Tax Title Redemption 154,476.97 

Refunds of Prior Periods 5,403.35 

Sale of Tax Possessions 300.00 

Audit Adjustments 2,562.98 

"Transfer from Revenue 1,083,883.17 
Added to Tax Title $ 9,433.56 



196 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
and Wages Expenses Total 



Town Meeting Transfers 216,580.83 

Audit Adjustments 22,298.64 

Balance June 30, 1979 1,761,532.20 



$ 2,009,845.23 $ 2,009,845.23 



♦Transfer from Revenue 

Unexpended Balances from Budgets $ 520,871.70 

Estimated Receipts 

Closed Out to Revenues 563,01 1 .47 



$ 1,083,883.17 



Free Cash Certified by the 

Bureau of Accounts as of 7/1/79 $ 1,200,000.00 



168th ANNUAL REPORT 



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ANALYSIS OF LIGHT DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT 
Light Operation Account: 

Balance, July 1, 1978 $ 340,251.52 

Receipts 6,820,947.22 

Transfers 613,468.06 

Refunds 21,267.62 

Payments $ 6,661,511.19 

Transfers for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 

Depreciation Fund $ 357,786.12 

Group Insurance Account 77,552.00 

Out-of-State Travel 5,000.00 

Sinking Fund for Self Insurance 6,953.10 

Non-Contributory Veterans' 

Pension Account 38,603.44 
Workers' Compensation Account 19,835.00 
Unemployment Compensation Account 7,412.00 
Transfer to Revenue Fiscal 1979 300,000.00 
Service Transfers 22,012.87 
Audit Adjustments 524.35 
Balance Transferred to 
Fiscal 1980 298,744.35 

$ 7,795,934.42 $ 7,795,934.42 

Transfers Voted at the 1979 Annual Town 

Meeting for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1, 1979 to June 30, 1980: 
Non-Contributory Veterans' 

Pension Account $ 40,140.69 

Contributory Pension Account 186,417.52 

Group Insurance Account 74,286.00 

Out-of-State Travel 5,000.00 

Workers' Compensation Account 19,800.00 

Unemployment Compensation Account 7,000.00 

Transfer to Revenue Fiscal 1980 300,000.00 



Light Depreciation Account: 



$ 632,644.21 



Balance, July 1, 1978 $ 263,588.38 

Transfer from Operation Account 357,786.12 

Transfer to Operation Account $ 512,124.90 

Transfer to Light Department 

Investment Fund 81,182.81 

Balance to Fiscal Year 1980 28,066.79 



$ 621,374.50 $ 621,374.50 

Light Department Sinking Fund — 
Self Insurance: 

Balance July 1,1978 $ 120,000.00 

Transferred from Light Operation 6,953.10 

Transferred to Sinking Fund — 

Self Insurance Investment Account $ 126,953.10 

Balance to Fiscal Year 1980 - - 



$ 126,953.10 $ 126,953.10 






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Fire Alarm, Police Signal, Traffic Lights: 

Appropriation $ 18,000.00 
Transfer to Operation Account $ 18,000.00 

$ 18,000.00 $ 18,000.00 

Out-of-State Travel: 

Transfer from Operation Account $ 5,000.00 
Transfer to Operation Account $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

Guarantee Deposits: 

Balance, July 1, 1978 $ 78,880.04 
Receipts for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1,1978 to June 30, 1979 $ 43,531.58 
Payments for the Fiscal Period of 

July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 $ 24,919.91 

Balance June 30, 1979 97,491.71 

$ 122,411.62 $ 122,411.62 

I have examined the above accounts and the balance is invested as follows: 
Wakefield Savings Bank — Special Notice Account $ 80,000.00 

Wakefield Savings Bank — Savings Account 8,500.00 

Shawmut Melrose- Wakefield Trust Company — 

Checking Account 8,991.71 

$ 97,491.71 

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Index to Town Officers' 1 Reports 

General Government: 

Appeals Board 16 

Assessors' Board 18 

CATV Advisory 17 

Personnel Advisory 16 

Planning Board 15 

Selectmen's Report 12 

Town Officers 2 

Voters' Information 8 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Building Inspector 28 

Civil Defense Director 27 

Dog Officer 30 

Fire Department 24 

Forest Warden 27 

Gas Inspector 28 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 30 

Plumbing Inspector 29 

Police Department 21 

Wire Inspector 29 

Health and Welfare: 

Council on Aging 33 

Health Department 32 

Housing Authority 36 

Recreation Commission 41 

Veterans' Services and Benefits 33 

Youth Activities Commission 41 

Maintenance: 

Board of Public Works 45 

Buildings Division 47 

Director's Report 46 

Cemetery Division 49 

Engineering Division 46 

Highway Division 50 

Park and Forestry Division 48 

Sewer Division 49 

Water Division 53 

Education: 

Library Trustees 71 

School Committee 56 

Superintendent of Schools 57 



236 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Public Service: 

Municipal Light Department 75 

Vital Statistics: 

Births 124 

Contributory Retirement Board 153 

Deaths 145 

Election Results 121 

Marriages 130 

Town Clerk's Section 79 

Town Meetings, Annual 79, 87, 95, 101 

Town Meetings, Special 88, 89, 108, 120 

Treasurer's Report 151 



INDEX TO TOWN ACCOUNT ANTS REPORT 



Accountant's Statement 159 

Analysis of Light Dept. Acct 218 

Balance Sheet 220 

Excess and Deficiency 195 

Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 226 

Indebtedness Account Insert following 236 

Payments 161 

Receipts 166 

Reserve Fund 195 

Revenue Accounts 227 

Statement of Appropriations 197 



1979 Indebtedness Schedule 



DEBT RECAPITULATION 
July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979 
Bonds Outstanding, 

July 1,1978 $ 6,160,000.00 

Payments 
Transfer of the 1975 Municipal 

Electric Revenue Bonds — 

Project Millstone #3 to 

Massachusetts Municipal 

Wholesale Electric Company 
Bonds Outstanding, 

June 30,1979 



S 1,325,000.00 



Sewer Loans 
Water Loans 
School Loans 
Light Loans 



$ 6,180,000.00 S 6,180,000.00 

S 10,000.00 

40,000.00 

3,190,000.00 

845,000.00 



S 4,085,000.00 



Sewer Loan 1957 

Water Loan 1958 

School Loan 1959 
School Loan 1972 
Total 

Light Loan 1971 
Light Loan 1972 
Light Loan 1972 
Total 



Loans Due 

Outstanding Fiscal 

June 30, 1979 1980 

$ 10,000.00 S 10,000.00 



Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


1981 


1982 


1983 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 



$ 40,000.00 $ 


10,000.00 S 


10,000.00 $ 


10,000.00 $ 


10,000.00 


$ 90,000.00 $ 
3,100,000.00 


90,000.00 
775,000.00 $ 


775,000.00 S 


775,000.00 $ 


775,000.00 


$ 3,190,000.00 $ 


865,000.00 $ 


775,000.00 S 


775,000.00 $ 


775,000.00 



195,000.00 $ 15,000.00 S 
490,000.00 35,000.00 

160,000.00 15,000.00 



15,000.00 
35,000.00 
15,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

15,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

15,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



15,000.00 
35,000.00 
10,000.00 



15,000.00 S 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Due 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


Fiscal 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 



15,000.00 $ 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



15,000.00 
35,000.00 
10,000.00 



15,000.00 S 

35,000.00 

10,000.00 



15,000.00 

35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 

10,000.00 10,000.00 



$ 845,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 65,000.00 $ 60,000,00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 S 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 S 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 45,000.00 



950,000.00 $ 850,000.00 $ 850,000.00 $ 850,000.00 S 60,000.00 S 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 S 60,000.00 i 



60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000,00 $ 60,000,00 $ 45,000.00 



FORM OF BEQUEST 

I hereby give and bequeath to the Trustees of 
the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, Wakefield, 

Mass., the sum of Dollars 

to have and hold, the income only of which 

shall be used for 

for the said library. 



Emergency Numbers 

POLICE or Ambulance 245-1212 



FIRE Rescue or Inhalator 245-1313 



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Your Town Government 



Assessors 

Board of Health 

Collector of Taxes 

Veterans Services 

Board of Selectmen 

Town Clerk 

Town Accountant 

Town Counsel, 1 1 Albion St. 

Town Treasurer, 1 1 Albion St. 

Building Inspector 

Civil Defense 

Fire Department, Crescent St. 

Memorial Library, Main Street 

Greenwood Branch 

Montrose Branch 
Municipal Light Department 

9 Albion Street 

Police Department, 1 Union Street 

Public Works Department 

Emergency Water and Sewer 

Retirement Board 

School Department 

Welfare Department 
Wakefield Building 



Wire Inspector 






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245-0310 
245-6529 
245-2035 
245-1504 
245-8877 
245-1290 
245-8877 
245-4999 
245-2588 
245-0703 
245-3887 
245-1313 

245-0790 
245-6130 
245-0193 

245-0027 

245-1212 

245-2802 
245-0761 

245-8877 

245-6307 

245-2602 
245-0703 




WELLS BINDERY, INC 

j un 1981 

WALTHAM, MA 02154